We see ourselves as God’s partners in making the world a better place. Learning about the earth, pursuing social justice, and caring for the disadvantaged are just a few of the principles that we must all pursue.
The commitment of the family is imperative to the goals and principles for which our school strives. Your participation in Jewish life will strengthen the bonds between you and your child as well as between your child and the Jewish Community.
Although many interpret “Tzedakah” as charity, the translation implies performing righteous acts. Students are encouraged to bring contributions of money for Tzedakah to class and adopt projects during the year.
Our generation has witnessed the miracle of Israel’s birth and we celebrate that miracle throughout the curriculum. The students study the meaning of the State of Israel (Medinat Yisrael) through lessons in history, geography and current events.
Hebrew, as it is taught at Temple Beth-El, serves as the language of prayer (Lashon Kodesh) and the language of the Torah. The Hebrew language unifies us to Israel and the entire Jewish people all over the world. The curriculum focuses on teaching prayers, rituals and values, while familiarizing them with basic speech patterns.
Every person is created in the image of God and has immeasurable worth and the right to learn in a nurturing and secure environment. We strive to maintain the value of the learner at the center.
Our educational program is directed toward high academics in order to prepare each student to be a contributor to the local and global world. The study of Torah, Avodah and G’milut Chasadim help to shape the learning within the school.