Gottesman RTW Academy, an independent Jewish community day school, has been nurturing lifelong learners since 1967. We believe that a successful educational experience is centered around challenging academics and a strong system of values. Gottesman RTW Academy offers a safe and positive learning environment for students, supporting their physical and emotional well-being and creating a community in which they can grow and thrive.

Our strong professional development program allows our teachers and staff to advance their education, which inspires intellectual curiosity, critical thinking, and personal integrity in all of our students.

Gottesman RTW Academy educates children from infants through 8th grade with a cutting-edge curriculum and the richness of Jewish values.

We are open every day for a full, on-site educational program.

View our Reopening Plan here.

Space for new students is extremely limited! Inquire now.

Schedule a virtual tour here.

 

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Pulling off the Near Impossible ~ by Rebecca Hindin, Director of the Greater MetroWest New Jersey Day School Initiative
Posted on 08/27/2020
Like so many concerned parents and citizens, I have watched the conversations about school reopening unfold throughout the summer. ...
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One Size Does Not Fit All - by Dr Cheryl Bahar, Dean of General Studies
Posted on 06/10/2020
Imagine taking your child to the store for a new pair of pants. ...
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The Importance of Art to Childhood Development ~ by Ellie Knapp, GRTWA Art Teacher
Posted on 05/01/2020
Researchers have touted that the arts and creativity are essential to childhood development...
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Children and Anxiety: School Stress Starts Early ~ by Caryn Reppen, LSW, School Social Worker
Posted on 01/15/2020
Call it pressure, or high expectations; whatever its name, the consequences are the same: school stress....
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Shari's Soapbox ~ by Shari Kalter, Director of the Lillie Brandt Early Childhood Center
Posted on 12/19/2019
One morning at drop off, when I first started teaching, a mother was complaining about a very difficult day awaiting her. ...
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Kindness Matters
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Kindness Matters ~ by Dr Cheryl Bahar, Dean of General Studies
Posted on 11/13/2019
Imagine a college that uses empathy and kindness (social emotional) aptitude tests in lieu of an SAT score when making admission decisions. ...
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