Our Curriculum


We're impressed with our curriculum, now it's your turn! 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.
The lessons are multi-sensory and hands-on, ensuring that the students truly experience what they are being taught. The lessons are structured with discussion-starters, to create a lively, interactive classroom experience. The information truly becomes the student's own.

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.



Sefer Torah







Torah Learning


















Pushkah 2

Our students become familiar with the Hebrew alphabet, learn to read, write and become accustomed to Hebrew vocabulary. This subject also familiarizes our students with the Siddur, Prayer Book, allowing them to feel comfortable in the Synagogue. 



This subject offers an overview of the weekly Torah portion. Study of the said Torah portion provides our students with practical lessons and ideas relevant to our current day and age.



Our students understand that Israel is not just another country but our own homeland. A land that is truly the “Promised Land”, both spiritually and physically.



                                        JEWISH HISTORY
We take our students from Creation to modern-day Israel including the Exodus from Egypt, The Ten Commandments and the era of the Prophets and Kings. We also focus on Jewish life in medieval times, the Spanish Inquisition, the Holocaust and Jewish Heroes of Yesteryear.


                       HOLIDAYS AND SHABBAT 
Lessons on each Jewish holiday with hands-on demonstrations fill the calendar as we proceed from Rosh Hashana through the holiday of Shavuot.


                                   JEWISH VALUES
Beginning with the origins of the Mitzvot, stressing practical applications in our daily lives, our students explore a more personal sense of what it means to be Jewish.