Enroll for 1 hour or more. In any location. Busy as they are, our students average 3-4 years with many enrolling year after year for 6-8 years. We provide enough flexibility, locations and options to encourage you to keep your kids connected to Jewish life.
Hebrew teachers all speak Hebrew and have a passion for Israel from personal, authentic experiences. We build strong Jewish identity and connections to Israel in a fun, and vibrant culturally rich space. Jewish values through Haggadot, Megilot, plays, classic and contemporary music in Hebrew and Israeli History and Geography.
Pick an Hour – Any Hour – or up to Four! Mix & Match!
Dance or Rikudai Am
Israeli Singing Group
Hebrew classes groups by level. Jewish Education classes grouped by grade: K, 1st & 2nd, 3rd & 4th, 5th & 6th if there is sufficient enrollment in each.
ABOUT MODERN HEBREW
Enroll in weekly Hebrew, add hours of Hebrew enrichment, a summer Keitana in Hebrew and consistently attend from pre-school – 8th grade, and your kids will be on a path to Hebrew language proficiency.
Modern Hebrew for everyday use. Kids are assessed and grouped by level. We offer 5 levels of Hebrew and separate classes for Israelis/Hebrew speakers at an advanced level and pace. Children who enroll in multiple classes, speak Hebrew at home and have regular attendance advance more rapidly.
Public School Hebrew: After the bell on several public school elementary campuses. Any student enrolled in the District can attend a class at any District School location if they can walk/drive to the school where the class is offered. Request a Class @ Your Public School/District: email@example.com
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ADD MORE HEBREW – HEBREW ENRICHMENT
In our “little Israel” kids hear Hebrew all around them from teachers, parents and friends. Sign up for an hour for a taste, or put your child on a path towards proficiency by adding Sababa Hebrew Camps with Hebrew enrichment with activities in Hebrew like the ones below.
Playball in Hebrew
Soccer in Hebrew
Karate in Hebrew