Inspiring Jewish Pride and Identity in Jewish Children


Imagine a Hebrew School where kids don’t want to miss a day! They come in with a smile and leave humming the tune to a Hebrew song.

Imagine a child who feels the warmth and spirit of Judaism… and then imagine the pride of his parents!

CHS in Action!

About Our School

Welcome to the Chabad Hebrew School, an exciting and innovative educational program. Our school enjoys a well-earned reputation as a trend-setter in creative Jewish education for children in grades K through 7th. The Chabad Hebrew School has exciting new programs, a dynamic staff and interested students. Our student body is made up of children from various backgrounds and affiliations. Synagogue membership is not required.

We encourage you as a parent to get involved, ask questions and keep in touch with our school. Feel free to contact us at any time.

Our Mission
The Chabad Hebrew School was created to provide education that will instill pride, a sense of history, love for the land of Israel and a genuine understanding of what Judaism is all about. Our school welcomes every Jew, regardless of religious background or level of observance. It is for this reason that our school does not require any membership or prior affiliations as a condition for enrollment.
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Studies have shown that when there is parental involvement in a child's education, the experience is exponentially more effective. Parents want their children to succeed in school and become accomplished members of society. When enrolling your child in CHS, you are demonstrating to your child that Judaism is an integral part of your family's life- and you want it to be an integral part of theirs. The Chabad Hebrew School offers many venues for parental involvement: Father's and Mother's Day at CHS, Curriculum Night, Family Shabbat and Holiday events--where the kids lead the service, and much more. In addition, we invite our parents to take advantage of our many adult education classes. You will be empowered, and able, to converse Jewishly with your child, while leading by example.