FAQ

We that you may have a lot of questions. Here are some of the frequently asked quetsions.

  • – Each division requires admissions testing.
  • – 9th graders must take the ISEE exam. AYA will be offering the ISEE on Sunday, January 10th. CLICK HERE to register.
AYA offers a tuition assistance program designed to support families who demonstrate financial need. CLICK HERE to learn more about and apply for tuition assistance. (This should link to the TA page on the website).
AYA students are accepted to a wide range of post-secondary schools including top-ranked colleges and universities. CLICK HERE to see a list of schools attended by AYA graduates.
High school: 8:00-4:45 (Mon-Thurs) and 8:00-2:30 (Fri).
The average class has around 10 students in it.
Our Exceptional Student Services Department and Ma’alot Learning Platform caters to students with a wide-range of needs. CLICK HERE or delineate services?
Yes, high school students have a dress code which is outlined HERE (link to page in student/parent handbook)
High school girls’ volleyball, basketball, soccer, and cross country.
High school boys’ soccer, basketball, and cross country.
AYA offers a wide range of student clubs and organizations including, but not limited to;
Journalism
Yearbook
Mock-trial
Math Club
Rap Club
Investment Club
Students Against Destructive Decisions
Jewish Medical Action & Awareness Club
Students for Students
Students Against Terrorism
Chess Club
AYA has two full-service kosher dairy and meat kitchens under the supervision of Dallas Kosher. Lunch is prepared on-site daily by A Taste of the World Catering.