Creating a community of Jewishly engaged lifelong learners is the goal of our synagogue-based education for children Pre-K (3-4 year olds) through High School.
We offer an experiential model of education, which allows each learner to explore and discover meaning, personal relevance, and truths in our Jewish tradition and thought. Our curriculum focuses on Hebrew language, Torah study, prayer literacy, holiday celebrations, Jewish values, learning about Israel’s history and culture, and more.
Our clergy and team of educators are trained to work with learners with a spectrum of learning differences. We provide flexible learning spaces, use assistive technology, offer calm/quiet zones with sensory tools, and accommodate food allergies.
Open to all, our Shorashim program for learners Pre-K (3-4 year olds) through 7th grade, Teen Learning Collab for teens in 8th-12th grade (with 6 Conservative synagogues in Lower Westchester) offer an inspiring array of Jewish studies.
Through curated experiences, our learners develop a strong Jewish identity through meaningful learning that connects them to their own personal Jewish roots and to Jewish history. Just as knowing our roots tell us where we come from and what we are made of, they also tell us that we are a part of something bigger than ourselves.
Join our inclusive program for children in Pre-K through grade 7 that fosters a love of Judaism through positive relationships, joyful learning, questioning, and critical thinking.
Being a community of learners extends to our families as well, and you are invited to participate in the many community events that Temple Israel Center has to offer.