Building a strong foundation through education, Beth El offers a comprehensive religious school program, which instills in young people a respect and love of God, Torah and the values inherent in Jewish traditions.
Children are not only educated in the classroom, they are also encouraged to participate in Friday night, Saturday morning, Junior Congregation and Beginner’s Junior Congregation services.
The religious school is staffed by dedicated professionals and supported by an award winning school library. You can browse our library contents online by clicking on the library tab on the right.
The first is our community events calendar, including Youth Services, special events and more. Click Here
Our second calendar is for the K-7 Sunday/ Wednesday program. It have all the class and vacation dates, time changes, and more. Click Here
Finally, for our Hebrew High Students, we made a calendar just for you. Click Here
Torah for Tots
Gimmel – Zayin ranges from ages 8 through 13 years. Classes closely correspond to secular school grades 3 through 7 and are held on Wednesdays and Sundays, with five hours of classes per week. Emphasis is on placed on Hebrew reading, learning the religious services, holidays and Jewish history. Vav and Zayin students “adopt a grandparent” at a local Jewish nursing home. Completion of five years of Hebrew School studies (or an equivalent period, as determined by the Rabbi) is a requirement for Bar/Bat Mitzvah.
Hebrew High School Students are encouraged to continue their Jewish education following Bar/Bat Mitzvah, with an emphasis on the relevance of Jewish values in today’s society. Beth El provides classes one evening a week for students at secular 8th through 10th grade levels, and participates in a regional program for students in grades 11 and 12.