N. E. Miles Jewish Day School

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N. E. Miles Jewish Day School is a private grade school located since 1993 at the Levite Jewish Community Center at 4000 Montclair Road in Birmingham.

The school has its origins in a Temple Kindegarten organized in 1900 by the Birmingham Chapter of the National Council of Jewish Women. The present school was founded in 1973 by the Birmingham Jewish Federation and is named for benefactor Nathaniel Edgar Miles.

The school features a Kosher lunch room, a library with over 10,000 volumes in English and Hebrew, and extensive athletic and assembly facilities.

Students from N. E. Miles Jewish Day School participate in a pen-pal program with students in Birmingham's sister city of Rosh Ha'ayin, Israel.

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