Why give your child a Jewish education?
In the world we live today, values and morals of our past are often pushed aside for the sake of the progressive strides in technology and information sharing to which our generation is privy. Unfortunately, the natural process of character development is reduced to one’s environmental adaptation, and such terms as “dignity”, “nobility”, and “communal responsibility” emerge as archaic, and at times antagonistic to the popular trend. For a child to succeed not only as a student, but as a human being as well, a strong understanding of “self” is required, so that they not only see themselves as an individual, but as a part of history and humanity.
30% of the school day is spend on Judaic Studies:
Judaic Studies becomes fun with our extracurricular and family programming: