Congregation Beth Israel Ner Tamid´s School of Jewish Studies – Inspiring a love of Jewish learning
Congregation Beth Israel Ner Tamid’s School of Jewish Studies is dedicated to providing a quality educational program. The School serves students in kindergarten through 12th grade. Students in kindergarten through 7th grade gain a solid foundation that prepares them to become knowledgeable Jewish adults. Students in the 8th through 12th grades explore a variety of topics and learn to look to Judaism as a guide for their lives. Opportunities for family education and parent learning are also available throughout the year. Students learn from dedicated, talented teachers in a vibrant, interactive learning environment. They have many opportunities to interact with our dynamic clergy, Rabbi Joel Alter and Hazzan Jeremy Stein, both during Tefillah and in the classroom.
Congregation Beth Israel Ner Tamid’s School of Jewish Studies’ mission is to guide our students and families to an understanding and love of Judaism which will inspire them to live by its precepts and traditions. Our educators will immerse students in an engaging study of Hebrew, Torah, prayer, history, rituals, Israel and Jewish ethics and values, consistent with the teachings of the Conservative Movement. Through this comprehensive learning experience our students will develop a strong intellectual, emotional and spiritual connection to our heritage and the world wide Jewish community and a commitment to leading a meaningful Jewish life.
All classes meet in Congregation Beth Israel Ner Tamid’s school building at the following times:
For your convenience, follow this link to an online school registration form for 2019-2020. Please note that you must complete a separate form for each child.
In the fall of this year, we are providing classes fully online through interactive lessons that are fun, engaging, and enriching. Following the guidelines set out by national and local health experts, we look forward to resuming in-person classes at the appropriate time.