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Darchei Noam Hebrew School

Darchei Noam Hebrew School; Junior Kindergarten to Grade 7 Sundays 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Darchei Noam Hebrew School is committed to creating a vibrant learning and living Jewish environment through experiential and innovative educational programming.

Our curriculum is based on the idea of experiential learning--students learn about Jewish culture, history, and traditions by participating in hands-on activities, projects and discussions. We also integrate Jewish values, such as tikkun olam, into our classrooms and activities.

Our school caters to students from JK-Grade 7, and we are proud to offer students a comprehensive curriculum that focuses on the development of their Hebrew reading, writing and speaking skills, as well as a meaningful exploration of Jewish culture and tradition.

We also strive to create a community of learners by providing opportunities for students to socialize, build relationships, and connect with one another. Our school also offers engaging and stimulating programs such as Shabbat celebrations, holiday events, and community service projects. We are proud to offer a dynamic learning environment that is both fun and educational. Our goal is to equip our students with the skills and knowledge necessary to become active members of the Jewish community.

We welcome families of all backgrounds and affiliations. We offer a competitive scholarship program and financial aid to families who demonstrate need. We love to host visitors at our annual open house and other special events throughout the year. To arrange a visit or to discuss your child’s enrollment, please contact Danielle Glucksman at

Our goals - our students will:

  • Develop a positive sense of being part of a vibrant Jewish community;
  • Develop and expand their interest in, and knowledge of, Jewish principles and cultural traditions;
  • Develop a respect for the contemporary Reconstructionist ethical values of tzedakah (charity) and tikkun olam (repairing the world).  

Our philosophy:

  • Our curriculum is based on three pillars of Jewish life: Torah (study), Avodah (work) and Gemilut Chassadim (good deeds). 
  • To keep students engaged and enthusiastic at every grade level we are committed to creating a dynamic learning environment, providing our students with fun, varied and experiential hands-on learning activities.
  • Jewish values and Hebrew language are woven both explicitly and organically throughout the programs.

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Fri, 9 June 2023 20 Sivan 5783