Children will establish a strong sense of identity, develop a passion for learning and cultivate the instincts to positively impact their world.
We provide a nurturing environment that is physically safe and emotionally secure and a culture of mutual respect between students, teachers, families and community. We teach to the whole child through a play-based model. We prioritize problem-solving skills, creativity and critical thinking and foster children’s natural curiosity through exploration. We meet each child’s unique range of knowledge, interests, talents, needs and learning styles. We are rooted in Judaics.
We guide our children develop self-respect, pride, positive self-image and personal initiative. We instill a love of living a Jewish life and being a part of a larger Jewish community through celebrating Jewish holidays, life cycle events, rituals and prayers. We ensure children learn to see themselves as individuals and as part of a group through self-reflection and social interactions.
Love of Learning
Children learn through experience and our play-based model allows children a variety of opportunities to develop problem-solving skills, creativity and critical thinking. With these robust toolkits, our children can successfully navigate and engage in the world around them. In order to maximize their development, we ensure that each child’s unique range of knowledge, interests, talents, needs and learning styles are met.
We recognize that children need a balance of structured, unstructured and guided play time. We believe that children are naturally curious and our role is to foster that sense of awe through wonderment and exploring their natural surroundings.
Children will learn to understand themselves and their sense of belonging to the local and global community through immersion in Jewish spirituality, language, culture and heritage. Our Jewish ethics embody universal human values. We encourage parents to deepen their engagement in their child’s learning by making connections within the community.