Our Curriculum 

We hope to engage your child's sense of identity by capturing his/her imagination and attention. So, we put a lot of effort into providing our students with substantive lessons and a positive atmosphere.  

As part of our curriculum this year we are offering a program this year titled Bringing it Home: Making Judaism come alive through experiential and interactive learning.  

Bringing it Home has been developed to ensure that the content is both developmentally appropriate and user-friendly for both settings. The curriculum is scaffolded to cater to each student within three age groups: K-2, 3-5 and 6-7.

Our curriculum has been designed to be taught through a diverse set of mediums, including drama, construction, STEM, and stop-motion animation. The curriculum comprises seven units, focusing on lessons that are learned from each room of the home. The subjects will come alive as students learn about the Jewish holidays, empathy, respect and integrity amongst other life skills and Jewish values while exploring each room of their house. 


Our Hebrew School uses the new, acclaimed Aleph Champ program to ensure that  your child will read fluently at the end of his/her Hebrew School experience.  

Through our mitzvah curriculum we emphasize each mitzvah's meaning for everyday life, in addition to the how-to of ritual observance. No matter what synagogue your child attends, he or she will share the language of prayer with Jews around the world. 

HEBREW  
Our students learn to read & write Hebrew. They gain confidence and familiarity with the Siddur-Hebrew Prayer Book.  

TORAH  
Study of the weekly Torah portion provides our students with practical lessons that apply to our daily lives.  

ISRAEL  
Our students will attain an affection for our heritage and a uniqueness of our homeland Israel.  

JEWISH HISTORY  
The students gain an appreciation of our heritage and culture that has been preserved throughout the ages.  

HOLIDAYS AND SHABBAT  
Traditions and celebrations, exploring the Jewish Holidays and Shabbat will provide a deeper understanding for our students.