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Judah the Prince taught:  "The world endures only for the sake of the breath of schoolchildren..."
(Babylonian Talmud, Shabbat, 119b)

At Shir Tikvah, learning is a lifelong pursuit. Our Lifelong Learning Program for Youth offers options designed to meet the diverse needs of our learners and their families. We encourage you to join us as we learn, laugh and build together.                                                               

We welcome students mid-year for our Lifelong Learning for Youth Program
- Religious School
- Hebrew School

Hebrew School

The goal of our Hebrew program is to help students develop a Hebrew "toolbox" in order to access the important texts of our tradition.  Hebrew School is held on Wednesday afternoons during the school year.

Our Hebrew program not only prepares students for B’nei Mitzvah, but it is also serves as a foundation for a lifetime of Jewish practice and engagement. Students learn to connect with prayers and seek meaning in Jewish tradition.
Hebrew classes are held on Wednesday evenings from September to May with two sessions offered to accommodate family schedules:  

Session 1: 4:30-6:30 pm    Session 2: 6:00-8:00 pm                                                           

The sessions will overlap with an all-school t'fillah (prayer) and kehillah (community) time. This time gives students an opportunity to take part in services that allow them both to have spiritual experiences and to practice their Hebrew skills.


Religious School

Shir Tikvah values meaningful Jewish education for our children. Religious School is held on Sunday mornings during the school year.

Religious School is a learning laboratory of Jewish text and tradition. 

Held on Sunday mornings from September to May, students build powerful relationships with their age-cohort as they explore Torah, holidays, life-cycle rituals, God, Israel, ethics, and Tikkun Olam (repairing the world).  Teens serve as Madrichim, learning guides, working as classroom helpers and role models, reflecting our belief that we can learn from each other.  Learning comes alive at Shir Tikvah!                           

Religious School classes are held Sunday mornings from September to May, convening at 9:30 am and meeting until 11:30 am.

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