Kehilat Shalom Religious School Program

We Re-imagined Religious School – Engaging, Relevant, Values-based

Kehilat Shalom provides an interactive, engaging youth education program for students from kindergarten through high school.
• Leverages online learning, creative activities and traditional classroom education
• Values-based curriculum plus Hebrew education to connect students to God, prayer, and our traditions
• Synagogue membership not required to enroll in Religious School at any grade

Kehilat Shalom welcomed some new members within the last few months, and we were touched by the feelings expressed by new member Liat Katz. Read “Our Gay, Interfaith Family’s Surprising Synagogue-Shopping Experience.”

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Grades K-2

This once-a-week program provides our younger students with a foundation for lifelong Jewish learning through engaging creative activities in the classroom environment.
• Sundays, 10:00am – noon
• Introduction to holidays, prayers, and Hebrew letters
• Synagogue membership NOT required

Grades 3-7

Powered by ShalomLearning, this twice-per-week program offers an innovative mix of traditional classroom, online learning and family activities to prepare our students for Bar/Bat Mitzvah and lifelong involvement in the Jewish Community.
• Sunday morning program includes in-person classes, family education programs, and online virtual classes
• Hebrew is taught mid-week afternoons using our online virtual classroom
• Synagogue membership NOT required

Kavod Society

Our Kavod Society provides our Upper School students with the opportunity to study directly with Rabbi Arian in a discussion-based forum to further explore the values and traditions of Judaism and how they relate to the issues facing today’s teens.
• Topic-based discussions of Jewish values and traditions
• Discussion of current events and issues directly impacting our teens
• Non-classroom environment to facilitate discussion and participation

Youth Group

The Kehilat Shalom Youth Group provides the opportunity for our students to interact with each other through social activities, helping them to connect as a community.