The Alfred and Adele Davis Academy, Atlanta's Reform Jewish Day School, offers an integrated general and Jewish studies program for students in kindergarten through high school. It is the first Jewish day school in the Southeast to receive dual accreditation from both the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools and the Southern Association of Independent Schools. The curriculum includes a liberal arts education focus, interspersed with Judaics and Hebrew. In middle school, counselors work with individuals, small groups, and perform classroom guidance throughout the year on a number of grade-level appropriate topics. These topics include tolerance, peer mentoring, student leadership, social skills and conflict management, academic support, career awareness, and crisis counseling. Values modeled within the school are courtesy, sensitivity, and thoughtfulness, taught through programs that require and encourage children to give back to the community. The Parent-Teacher Group is robust and involved, planning numerous events throughout the year for students and their families. Afterschool Enrichment: The Davis Academy teachers and instructors from the community run a diverse selection of courses including TaekwonDo, rock climbing, championship chess, disco, and creative arts and crafts.