At West End Synagogue’s Beit Miriam Religious School, our students and their families engage in meaningful Jewish learning and living.  Students develop a strong Jewish identity, a sense of community, and the skills and knowledge to practice Judaism within an environment that inspires students to live a Jewish Life.

Our students graduate with a robust foundation of Torah, Ivrit (Hebrew), T'filah (Prayer), and Halacha (Jewish Law). By studying our history and exploring our rituals and values, they connect powerfully to Judaism, the Jewish community and to Israel.

The religious school faculty uses a range of creative approaches to enrich and engage our students. Our teachers develop meaningful relationships with our students and serve as role models for them.

Overview


Preschool - 1st Grade

 

Sundays from 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Jewish holidays, Torah & Mitzvot, Hebrew, Davening, Art & Music


2nd Grade - 7th Grade:

 

Sundays from 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Wednesdays from 4:15pm - 6:30pm

Ivrit (Modern Hebrew language), T’filah (Prayer), Yahadute (Jewish Studies)

Each grade engages in a different aspect of Jewish Studies, related to the study of Torah, Jewish holidays, Jewish history, life cycle events, and G'milute Hasadim (acts of loving kindness).


High School (8th Grade - 11th Grade)

 

Sundays from 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Torah, Jewish History, Holocaust Studies, Tikkun Olam Projects, Jewish Life Cycle, Israel

* Courses subject to change reflecting interest of students