We seek to build bridges between groups, promoting a unified Jewish community and serving the needs of children from the entire community. Children learn about and enjoy community on the sports field, in art and music classes, and in classroom teamwork. Our school is committed to traditional Jewish practices and is not aligned with any one stream of Judaism.
Our students are taught to recognize the worth and integrity of many approaches to Jewish life and they learn to respect all people.
Through experience, our students discover points of agreement and differences and learn to appreciate both. While we respect each familyʼs choices regarding observance in the home, our school and school-related events follow traditional Jewish practices, including the laws of Shabbat, kashrut and holiday observance. Our students use an inclusive, egalitarian perspective to learn the spiritual, ritual, and ethical precepts and practices of Judaism. Boys and girls have equal religious opportunities. Through our class chesed projects, we foster relationships with organizations locally and abroad and our children learn the importance of actively contributing to the broader Jewish community, and to society as a whole, in all these ways.