Schechter students are encouraged to ask questions, stretch their imaginations, and take academic risks. Through our inquiry-based approach, students learn to think critically about complex local and global problems.
Through interactive text study, an engaging Hebrew language program, and interdisciplinary curriculum, students fall in love with their Jewish heritage and the State of Israel.
Learning to be a “mensch”, or good person, is a core value. Our students give back to their communities through activities that instill the Jewish values of tzedakah (charity) and tikkun olam (repairing the world).
Our diverse community extends beyond our school walls. Students, parents, grandparents and alumni become an integral and enduring part of Schechter.
Learn about our community programs in the Morris and Ruth Kotek z”l Holocaust and Heritage Resource Center and parent workshops
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