Epstein Hebrew Academy hires academic principal

Anthony Graham

This semester, Epstein Hebrew Academy welcomed a new staff member: Academic Principal Anthony Graham. 

In late August, Graham joined the staff of Epstein, an Orthodox Jewish day school located in Olivette, which educates students from early childhood through eighth grade.

Graham was previously dean of students at EAGLE College Preparatory School in St. Louis and was a general studies elementary educator and administration intern at Akiva Day School in Southfield, Mich. 

Graham earned  associate of applied science degrees in agriculture business and agricultural production from Rend Lake College, a bachelor of arts in sociocultural anthropology from Southern Illinois University, a master of arts degree in teaching with a specialization in elementary education from Oakland University, a master’s degree in educational leadership and policy with school principal certification from the University of Michigan, and is currently working on an doctorate in global education and leadership at the University of Missouri- St. Louis. 

Graham has elementary education teaching experience in K-5 math, science, English language arts and social studies, as well as experience leading learning support centers, developing and implementing intervention with students ranging in ages from toddlers to adult learners.

“Mr. Graham has quickly and effectively established himself as a true educational leader with our families, faculty and staff,” Head of School Rabbi Yaakov Green said in a statement. “Mr. Graham’s leadership and expertise will ensure our continued success as we reach new heights.”

For more information about Epstein, visit EHA.org or Facebook.com/EHAofSTL.