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A nonprofit, independent news source to inform, inspire, educate and connect the St. Louis Jewish community.

St. Louis Jewish Light

A nonprofit, independent news source to inform, inspire, educate and connect the St. Louis Jewish community.

St. Louis Jewish Light

A rendering of the Miriam Academy after a $2 million renovation of the Epstein Hebrew Academy building. Images courtesy Miriam Foundation  

Miriam Academy ready to start school year at former Epstein campus

By Eric Berger, Associate Editor July 9, 2020

After having to dribble around a series of unexpected obstacles, the leaders of Miriam Academy, a private high school for students with learning disabilities, are preparing to unveil a shiny new gymnasium floor in their new home.The school is scheduled...

H.F. Epstein Hebrew Academy has sold its eight-acre property on Warson Road to the Miriam Foundation. Epstein plans to purchase and move to a new University City location. 

Epstein sells Olivette campus to Miriam Foundation

STAFF REPORT September 20, 2019

H.F. Epstein Hebrew Academy, a Modern Orthodox Jewish day school, has sold its property in Olivette to the Miriam Foundation, which will use the building for the Miriam Academy, a high school for students with special needs.According to a news release, Miriam...

H.F. Epstein Hebrew Academy plans to sell its eight-acre property on Warson Road to the Miriam Foundation and move to a new University City location. 

Epstein will sell building to Miriam Foundation, move to a new location in U.City

By Eric Berger, Associate Editor July 11, 2019

H.F. Epstein Hebrew Academy, a Modern Orthodox Jewish day school, has reached an agreement to sell its property in Olivette to the Miriam Foundation, which will use the building for a high school for students with special needs.Epstein plans to purchase...

B'nai El building in 2019

Westwood rejects B’nai El-Miriam Academy deal

BY ERIC BERGER, ASSOCIATE EDITOR June 11, 2019

The Village of Westwood trustees voted June 4 to reject an application to rezone the former B’nai El property for use by the Miriam Academy, a private high school for students with learning disabilities.  The decision stalls and could kill property...

Zoning issue stalls Miriam Academy bid for B’nai El building

Zoning issue stalls Miriam Academy bid for B’nai El building

By Eric Berger, Associate Editor May 2, 2019

Miriam Academy, a private high school for students with learning disabilities, has reached an agreement with Congregation Shaare Emeth to purchase the former B’nai El Congregation building, but the deal must still receive zoning approval from the Village...

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