Teaching Christian Standards - Developing Academic Excellence
At Daughter of Zion Junior Academy our unique approach to education is one that goes beyond the narrow, low scope that education now borders. We have a higher aim, a nobler cause for our close to 150 students and the families that entrust them to us. We focus on an education that encompasses the whole being, focusing on the harmonious development of the physical, the mental, and the spiritual powers. We prepare students for the joy of service in this world and for the higher joy of wider service in the world to come. Our unique approach, top quality faculty, and close-knitted, family environment makes Daughter of Zion Junior Academy more than just a physical Christian school - it’s a life experience.
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Pray for our nation and the world.
DOZJA STUDENTS SHINE AT MLK BREAKFAST
On January 15, three DOZJA Students: Xavier Humose (Gr. 6), Authniel Cineus (Gr. 5), and Neilla Beaugelin (K) were invited to do the opening prayer in English, Spanish and Creole at the Martin Luther King Day Breakfast organized by the Spady Museum. Present were various respected members of the Delray Beach community including: the mayor, various other city council members, educators, law enforcement personnel and many others.
DOZJA Week of Prayer
April got off to a rousing start with our Spring Week of Prayer held April 2-6. The students were enthralled as Pastor Yoner Valmyr shared his life experiences of being a rebellious teen, being shot seventeen (17) times, car wrecked, almost eaten by crocodiles but more importantly of the sustaining and protecting power of God. Students were drawn closer to God reporting that they felt like God was speaking directly them through the messages presented during the week. We pray that God will continue to work in the life of our students in having them learn the importance of committing their lives to him now, remembering their creator in the days of their youth.
DOZJA Student finishes 4th in Conference Spelling Bee.
On February 24, in a spelling competition that featured all 15 schools in the Southeastern Conference, fourth grade student Colhendie Zulmar, the only fourth grader in the competition, finished 4th....
DOZJA GARDENERS FEATURED IN SUN SENTINEL
DOZJA students who participate in the after school activities at the Swinton Community garden were featured in the Sun Sentinel, the largest circulating newspaper in the south Florida counties. Included with the article is a video showing the work being done at the garden. The video and article can be found at
DOZJA lends support to Parkland Students
On Wednesday, March 14 DOZJA students came attired in orange, made signs and banners, and took to the streets, well…, the street outside of the school, in support of students all over the US who wanted to show their support to those affected by the tragedy in Parkland on February 14. Student leaders offered prayers for the nation, the government, our schools and the individuals and families affected.