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Curriculum Goals

  • Attain a strong sense of love and pride in being Jewish.

  • Learn all subjects in a creative, stimulating environment.

  • Explore the Torah (Bible), the history of the Jewish people and discover their

relevance to today’s day and age.

  • Gain an understanding of holiday traditions and other Jewish practices.

  • Study the morals, values, and ethical behavior as taught in the Torah.

  • Master the skills of Hebrew reading and writing.

  • Learn basic prayers so that the students can feel comfortable in synagogue.

  • Connect Jewish kids with each other while exploring Jewish traditions and

values, in a fun and enjoyable environment.

  • Allow students to express their opinions and questions about G‑d,

Torah and religion.

  • Impress upon the children their innate value and importance of social



  • Hebrew Alef– Bet

Introduction to Hebrew alphabet. Our students learn to read & write Hebrew. We use the Aleph Champ system, the latest educational breakthrough in Hebrew reading. Aleph Champ adopted the color system used in karate- white belt to black belt -to provide fun and motivation as the students learn to read Hebrew.

  • Tefillah

Throughout the school session, children will learn basic Teffilot (prayers). In addition, there will be holiday and basic Jewish songs learned as well. Our goal is for our students to receive the tools they need to comfortably participate in the service at any synagogue.

  • Holidays and Shabbat

Holidays are always fun, vibrant learning experiences. Students experience the full flavor of joyous Judaism. Children will learn the “what, when, and how” that will make Jewish holidays all the more meaningful, personal and enjoyable. Chabad will also host holiday celebrations for our students and their families.

  • Mitzvot 

The Children will gain knowledge in basic Mitzvot through hands on interactive projects. They will learn fundamental concepts in Jewish life. From honoring parents, to giving Tzedaka (charity) an appreciation of our rich heritage will be developed.

  • Jewish History

Students will travel back in time and explore Jewish heroes, their lives and their contributions to the Jewish people. They will be taught morals and ethics from our great leaders.