Welcome to Alef Academy Hebrew School, an exciting and innovative educational program. Our School enjoys a well-earned reputation as a trend setter in creative Jewish education for children in Grades 1 through 7. Alef Academy Hebrew School has exciting new programs, a dynamic staff and interested students. Our student body is made up of children from various backgrounds and affiliations. Synagogue membership is not required.
We encourage you as a parent to get involved, ask questions and keep in touch with our school.
The mission of Alef Academy Hebrew School is to provide and promote the highest quality of Judaic education to students in grades K-7, together with a strong feeling of pride and affection for Judaism that will last stay with them throughout adulthood.
The focus of our dedicated teachers include Hebrew Language & Prayer, Jewish history, holidays, songs, traditions, values, and The Land of Israel . This is all taught in an exciting and memorable fashion that keeps the child looking forward to the next class.
A well-balanced Hebrew School education will develop in our students a commitment to using Torah values as a guide to the decisions of life, community, and life-long learning and teaching
Alef Academy Hebrew School prides itself in our staff. Staff members are imbued with a deisre to impart their love and knowledge of Judaism to their students. Recognizing that Hebrew School is an academic after - school program in addition to their regular school hours, our teachers endeavor to create an engaging program that keeps the interest of the child.
Our Hebrew School directors have years of experience teaching and directing Hebrew School. Their extensive knowledge and experience with children and adults alike make them a valuable asset to our Hebrew School.
Our staff are carefully selected and handpicked. Teachers of Alef Academy do more than just teach students. Through loving care, exciting activities, lessons and songs they form a bond with students that leaves an impact on them and lasts well beyond the Hebrew School experience.