Our School 
The Chabad Hebrew School is a place where the joys, values and traditions of Judaism are brought to life. We feel it is essential that this experience represents a positive, cheerful and enjoyable chapter of your child's maturing process. The primary goal of our school is for children to be left with deeply-rooted feelings of pride and affection for their heritage. We believe that this can best be accomplished in an atmosphere of joy and warmth.

The Approach 
We show our students the beauty and deep significance of our illustrious heritage through discussions, workshops and hands-on projects. We particularly emphasize Jewish values and ethics. Mutual tolerance and respect for fellow human beings are taught as basic principles of the Jewish faith.

Our school is a contemporary learning center that successfully caters to all Jewish families , regardless of religious background or level of observance. Our school does not require any membership or prior affiliation as a condition for enrollment.

The Atmosphere 
The underlying strength of our school is on its general spirit and its sense of pride in Jewish identity, taking place in an atmosphere of joy and liveliness. Games, drama, songs, arts & crafts, family workshops, and holiday parties are blended with the curriculum to keep our students motivated and enthusiastic. We encourage a hands-on approach to learning where our students are actively involved and have such a fantastic time they look forward to returning each week.

Our program is designed to provide a broad understanding and appreciation of tradition and history. Areas of academic emphasis include Hebrew reading, and basic vocabulary, Jewish history, holiday, culture & Mitzvahs. 

Making it work
In keeping up with your family's style and educational needs, we have created 2 fabulous options to make it work for you.

--> Sign up for 4 sessions of 5 weeks each, you can sign up to one or more.
--> Join us for our Jewish enrichment experience, on the second to last week of each session (noted on the calendar)