"To Cultivate and Protect with Kindness” Guides our Service Learning

“It is not our responsibility to fix the world, but neither are we free to stop trying.” (Pirkei Avot) In addition to using our curriculum to guide service learning, families engage in community initiatives and social action projects. Being part of a socially active community is of utmost value to our school and our families.

Our students develop lives that are inextricably woven with social awareness, action, Tikkum Olam (healing the world) and Tzedekah (charitable works). Performing Mitzvot (good deeds) and serving community and global charities are an essential component of our curriculum at every grade.