Formal Jewish Education
Louis & Mary Millstone Religious School
Rabbi Jerome W. Grollman Hebrew School
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.
Religious & Hebrew Education
Virtual k-5 8:15am-9:15am
Virtual 6/7 9:30am-10:30am
In person k-7 9:30am-11:00am
In person 8-10 11:30am-1:00pm
The Religious School Curriculum is based on these Seven Pillars:
God • Torah • Life Cycle • Holidays • Holocaust • History • Israel
Grades will be mixed up during some class times in order to create a stronger community, allows for students to be leaders and have a role model.
Engagement Events outside of traditional Religious School Hours
- Junior Congregation-services specifically designed for grades K-5
- NFTY UH: lounge nights on Wednesdays
- Monthly events for middle schoolers
- Youth Group retreats for middle and high schoolers
Hebrew Program – B’nai Mitzvah Focus
Grades 3rd-7th have an extra hour of small group Hebrew.
Parents choose a one hour time slot, giving UH their top 3 options (once for Fall, once for Spring), UH will make the schedule work for you! Directors will assign according to level and special circumstances
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday
Price is now all inclusive and includes Religious school, Hebrew additional hour, technology fee, security fee, retreat fee and B’nai Mitzvah fees.
NEW! Pre-Kindergarten Program
Limmud is our new program for children entering kindergarten. It is a four-week program that allows students to get a taste of religious school. They will join the school for Tefillah, our morning prayers and songs, followed by fun, hands-on learning with Morah Rosie Weber. In the classroom they will learn about tzedakah, Passover, community, and much more-with time for art projects, snacks, and music.