Formal Jewish Education
The formal youth education program at United Hebrew Congregation encompasses religious and Hebrew education. Our curriculum, combined with the care and expertise of wonderful faculty members, strives to give each child a solid foundation of Jewish knowledge within a Reform Jewish perspective, the opportunity to develop their personal beliefs and connections to their faith, and the understanding that Jewish teachings and values can apply to every aspect of their daily life. Through stimulating academic lessons, hands-on experiences, and community-building activities, we offer an educational program that will lead our students into a lifetime of Jewish learning and living.
Louis & Mary Millstone Religious School
- Kindergarten – 7th Grade
- Sunday Sessions
- Kindergarten – 6th grade – 9:00–11:00 a.m.
- 7th Grade – 11:15-1:15 p.m.
- 20 faculty members and specialists
- Specialties include: Art, Cantillation (5th and 6th), Cooking, Hebrew (K-2nd), Library, and Music
- Family Education Programs and Experiences
- 8th – 12th Grade (Confirmation in 10th Grade)
- Core Courses, Electives, and All-School programs
- Community Service, Community Involvement, and Reflection projects are also key elements of the program.
- Tailored for the “post-b’nai mitzvah” student.
Rabbi Jerome W. Grollman Hebrew School
- Aleph – Dalet Level Hebrew (3rd – 6th grade) (With permission, students may enroll in Hebrew beginning in 2nd grade)
- Offered on multiple days to fit a variety of schedules
- Focus on reading and comprehension of Prayer Hebrew and speech and basic understanding of Modern Hebrew
- Special “plus-(half an) hour” learning environment to assist in b’nai mitzvah preparation