Temple Tikvah’s Religious School creates positive Jewish memories that our students and parents cherish for life. Our school provides instruction and develops student mastery of Jewish history, prayer, observance of customs and rituals, while encouraging students to live ethically, performing mitzvot, and acts of Tikkun Olam. We nurture a connection, commitment, and solidarity with Israel. We build a strong temple community by fostering the partnership between spiritual leaders, teachers, students, and congregants.
Chai School — A dedicated program for eight through twelfth grade students, our curriculum focuses on discussing the pertinent issues of the day, studying a variety of topics, participating in many social action activities, and attending NFTY NAR events and weekend retreats.
Confirmation occurs at the culmination of the tenth grade.
Temple Tikvah Religious School families participate in many events and support the school through an active PTA. Parents volunteer their time to prepare and participate in school-wide holidays and Kollels – where parents and their children join together on a Sunday morning to study Jewish themes.
We provide a Jewish experience for all children and offer a self-contained special education class for students who are not accustomed to being mainstreamed. Our teacher is experienced in meeting the needs of children with special needs, and we provide push-in support, as needed.
We provide differentiated instruction to meet the needs of all learners. Our children’s religious and spiritual education strives to meet the challenges of the 21st century by providing an enriching, supportive, and joyful atmosphere. At Temple Tikvah, we welcome and cherish your participation and involvement.
For more information, contact on our Religious School Program,
contact our Education Director, Sharon Fricano.