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Our students find their Jewish voices here; they take ownership of their learning and Jewish identity through online and in-person learning opportunities.


To register: 

  • Log in using the link on the upper right-hand corner of this page.
  • After logging in, click the “Welcome (your name)” button in the upper right-hand corner and then click My Account. 
  • Find the “Start School Enrollment” badge in the Family section of the page. 
  • For each child you are registering, select the grade for the 2022–23 school year. 
  • Click the Religious School and Hebrew School course check boxes under each child to register. (Note:Hebrew School has 2 options to consider.)
  • When you have selected all the courses, click the “Continue” button at the bottom of the page. 
  • Please fill out all required fields on the school enrollment form. 

If you need any help with registration, please contact Kathleen O'Connell, lifelong learning coordinator, at If you have any questions about our Jewish educational program, please contact Kendra Sager at

Please click here to see the 2023 - 2024 Religious and Hebrew School calendar. and here to view the 2023-2024 School Handbook 


The consecration ceremony marks the happy moment when a child begins formal education in our Religious School program. New students from 4K through 3rd grade are invited to participate in this ceremony.

Religious School (4K–7th grade)

Our Religious School meets on Sunday mornings from 9:15 am to 11:45 am. We offer diverse and inclusive programming that engages learners in the Jewish life cycle and values, Torah, social justice, Hebrew, Jewish history, current events, an imaginary trip to Israel, and more.

Each grade leads a Shabbat service or special family program during the school year to reinforce their classroom learning and build community among families. Students in 7th grade, after becoming b’nai mitzvah, remain engaged by collaborating on social action projects in our Mitzvah Core.

Students who are neurodivergent or have learning differences achieve success in our Jewish learning experience. Staff are available to assist, and we welcome the opportunity to discuss your child’s learning needs with our dedicated inclusion specialist. Start here to begin the conversation with our director of lifelong learning.

For more information, please contact Kendra Sager, interim director of lifelong learning, or the lifelong learning coordinator.

Hebrew School (4th–7th grade)

Our Hebrew School meets on Wednesdays from 4:45 pm to 6:00 pm.

The curriculum includes the Hebrew aleph-bet, prayerbook Hebrew, and preparation for b’nai  mitzvah. All sessions end with community time, when the entire student body gathers to share learning experiences and gain insights from fellow students and teachers.

Click for more information about Hebrew School Options.

B’nai Mitzvah Preparation

B’nai mitzvah preparation is a meaningful journey toward Jewish adulthood. The simcha (joyous event) of b’nai mitzvah gives our students an opportunity to learn more about the meaning of Judaism in their lives, to recall major Jewish experiences, and to project their future Jewish involvement.

Hebrew prayers are taught in Hebrew School and Religious School. Students work with the rabbi, the cantor, their Religious School teacher, and a b’nai mitzvah tutor in the six months before their simcha to study their Torah portion and prepare their d’var Torah or personal prayer. We make personalized adjustments for every b’nai mitzvah student so that they can participate in a service based on their unique abilities and talents.

We also periodically offer an adult b’nai mitzvah class.

B’nai Mitzvah Clubs

Our B’nai Mitzvah Clubs are a proven stress-reducer for parents and students (typically 5th–7th graders) preparing for b’nai mitzvah ceremonies.

The B’nai Mitzvah Club for parents consists of three monthly sessions during Café Panim on Sunday mornings, with topics ranging from celebration planning to family dynamics.

The B’nai Mitzvah Club for students is offered as the last three sessions of Hebrew School each year. Multiage learning comes to life as 7th graders tutor younger students in their prayers. Students watch movie clips with b’nai mitzvah themes, write journal entries addressing their concerns and curiosities about becoming b’nai mitzvah, and have time to ask questions of students who have recently completed this milestone.

Youth Groups

Our youth groups offer social opportunities and other events for our students and families.

Café Panim

If there’s Religious School on a Sunday, there’s Café Panim, run by dedicated volunteers, providing snacks, coffee, and a space for our parents to get to know each other and share advice and experiences. Parents can hook into our Wi-Fi, work on laptops, or go low tech to simply read, knit, or chat.

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