Facts & Figures
Ezra Academy was founded in 1966 as a Solomon Schechter day school. Since then Ezra Academy has graduated more than 400 students in the 45 years it has been in operation. Ezra Academy is accredited by the Connecticut Association of Independent Schools and the Schechter Day School Network
Here are some interesting facts about Ezra Academy
Students come from more than 20 different synagogues and 23 different communities in New Haven and Fairfield Counties.
The average student population is approximately 85 students.
The student-teacher ratio is about 5:1 and most classes average 10-12 students
Ezra students participate and excel in a variety of academic competitions including: Mathcounts, National Geographic Bee, New England Math League and the Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth.
Students graduating from Ezra Academy Ezra Academy go onto a variety of public and private schools including: Hopkins School, Hamden Hall, Choate Rosemary Hall, Cheshire Academy, Jewish High School of Connecticut and many public high schools.