The B'nai Shalom Day School was founded in 1970. Our mission is to provide a caring, supportive school community in which students achieve academic excellence in a dual curriculum that inspires each student to develop his/her fullest potential as an inquisitive learner, critical thinker, and future Jewish leader.
Infant (8 weeks) to 8th Grade
Infant - Pre-Kindergarten
Kindergarten - 4th Grade
5th - 8th Grade
With experiential learning at its core, B’nai Shalom not only provides students with an academically challenging and rich curriculum, but also facilitates the building character, values, and kindness. BSDS helps students grow through experiences and through learning that failure is okay and by building leadership skills and applying those skills to a child’s day-to-day activities. Students are taught advocacy skills and how to advocate for what’s right and also learn about being active community members. All of these philosophies build character, values, and kindness. This is the very definition of a mensch.
Each student in grades K-8 will create a capstone project based on a central theme. Students will also be given more opportunities for learning beyond the classroom which will include field trips and service learning projects.
- Preschool Half Day: 7:30 am - 1:00 pm
- Preschool Full Day: 7:30 am - 3:30 pm (Extended Day Available)
- Lower and Upper School: 8:00 am - 3:30 pm
Before and after school hours are available for all grades. For more information on After School options, please visit the After School Enrichment page.
B'nai Shalom offers co-ed intramural sports which include flag football, soccer, volleyball, basketball and cross country for Upper School students.
B'nai Shalom is a member of the Independent Schools League and partners with local independent schools for some sports.
After School Enrichment (ASE) is offered for all students until 6:00PM with varying pick-up time options. For more information on after school programming, please visit the ASE page.
Little Star Day Camp serves those from ages 1-5. For more information about camp, visit here. The infant program runs year-round and camp sign-up is not necessary.
- North Carolina Association of Independent Schools
- Southern Association of Independent Schools
- PJ Library
- Prizmah: Center for Jewish Day Schools
Southern Association of Independent Schools (SAIS)
Beneficiary Agency of the Greensboro Jewish Federation
Financial Aid is available for qualifying families for students in preschool - 8th grade. For more information, visit Affording B'nai.
- Preschool 1/2 (toddler) - 2 Day Program:
- Preschool PS 1/2, PS 2/3 - 3 Day Program:
- PS 1/2, PS 2/3, PS 3/4, Pre-K - 5 Day Program:
- Full Day Program:
- Kindergarten: $5,500 - $12,950
- Grades 1-4: $7,100 - $16,730
- Grades 5-8: $7,650 - $17,990