Gates of Jewish Learning

COVID-19 and the 2020-21 School Year: In response to COVID-19 and the resulting uncertainty about in-person events, we have a flexible dual-track program planned for 2020-21. We will meet in-person as much as is safe and practical, and on-line with a newly developed curriculum designed to leverage the unique advantages of remote learning. For details, reach out to our director, Dr. Joel M. Hoffman.


Registration materials for 2020-21 are here (PDF).

Quick Facts:

  • The program runs in-person or on-line most Sundays mornings (calendar).
  • The program is open to students in pre-K through 7th grade (in-person curriculum overview / on-line curriculum overview).
  • Students in 8th grade and up are eligible to student-teach.
  • We welcome families of all social, demographic, and financial backgrounds.
  • The program is overseen by Dr. Joel M. Hoffman, a pioneer of modern Jewish education.

Giving Children a Jewish Future

Our flagship Sunday morning program offers the richness of our Jewish heritage in the form of a curriculum based on cutting-edge pedagogical techniques and individualized attention. With a flexible mixture of music, text, art, history, story-telling, culture, theology, Hebrew, and social action, Sunday mornings bring children the fullness of Jewish tradition in a uniquely modern program.

Read details about the in-person curriculum here.

Read details about the on-line curriculum here.

For more information, reach out to Dr. Joel M. Hoffman, who oversees the program.