Everything you'd like to know about Mazel - in less than 2 minutes!

  • Mazel Day School is a coeducational, private day school for students in PreNursery through grade 8.
  • Nearly 300 students are enrolled for the 2018-19 school year. 
  • Devoted to individual education with low teacher student ratio.
  • Founded in 2002 by Russian-Jewish parents who were looking to create an alternative private school option in Brooklyn for their children that catered to their educational goals for their children: an educational experience that promoted intellectual curiosity, offered academic rigor, small class sizes, cultured enrichment classes, and Jewish education that supported children from religious to non-observant homes.
  • Program builds proficiency in 3 languages: English, Hebrew, Russian. Lower School grades participate in Hebrew and Russian immersion  programs.
  • Supports all students - so that each child achieves high performance.
  • Specializing in working with students who are gifted/talented.
  • In-school enrichment classes include: visual arts, music, physical education.
  • Strong academic results on standardized exams year over year in math, reading and science. On Stanford 10 Achievement Test (nationally-normed assessments used in private schools) administered each Spring - 98% of students in Grades 4-8 scored in the Average or Above Average percentile range in Mathematics proficiency in Spring 2018, with 76% of students scoring in the Above Average range. 98% of students in Grades 4-8 scored in the Average or Above Average percentile range in English Language Arts, with 57% of students scored in the Above Average range.
  • On the Grade 4 NYS Science Exam of Spring 2018, 100% of 4th graders scored on or above grade level expectations (79% scored Level 4, above grade level).
  • On the Noetic Learning Math Contest, a national mathematics competition for elementary and middle school students, Mazel Lower Schoolers ranked 14th out of 520 and scored higher than a top NYC school for the gifted.
  • Teachers are carefully selected; they are professional, warm, and enthusiastic about education. All actively involved in ongoing professional development to keep up with new and best teaching practices.
  • Parent Association regularly plans class and school activities.
  • From the neighborhood and beyond: 70 percent of students are from Brighton Beach/Manhattan Beach/Sheepshead Bay area, the remainder from other Brooklyn neighborhoods (including: Seagate, Marine Park, Mill Basin, Midwood and more).
  • Our Early Childhood Center is located at 2901 Brighton 6th Street (corner of Neptune Avenue) and our Lower and Middle School Divisions are located at 60 West End Avenue, in the Manhattan Beach Jewish Center.