Greenburgh Hebrew Center makes new commitment to Jewish Education with a Year of Religious School for FreePublished: Tuesday, July 22, 2014 By: Robin Rosenberg
To encourage Jewish education, the Greenburgh Hebrew Center (GHC) is now offering newcomers to its award-winning Religious School one year of free tuition. Those enrolling for the 2014-15 year will also enjoy the 2015-16 year tuition at half the standard rate. This tuition benefit is available to all students, regardless of the grade the student will enter in September. Synagogue membership is not required.
GHC has always been deeply committed to providing a quality Jewish education, and has continuously improved its curriculum to remain relevant and vibrant. Its Religious School begins at kindergarten and continues through the teenage years. Its “spiral” curriculum engages children and provides a solid foundation in Jewish learning. All classes are taught by experienced, dynamic teachers, and the education is deepened by frequent input from Rabbi Barry Kenter and Cantor Janet Leuchter. The Religious School experience is enhanced by ongoing age-appropriate Sabbath services, extra-curricular activities and many opportunities for children and their parents to socialize over holiday dinners and much more.
To learn more about the school or to arrange a tour, please contact GHC’s Religious School Director, Debbie Erdheim, at 914-693-4260 or RSDirector@g-h-c.org. For additional information about the Religious School, the Early Childhood Center, and many other activities at GHC, visit www.g-h-c.org.
The Greenburgh Hebrew Center is a fully egalitarian Conservative synagogue serving the Rivertowns and adjacent communities, and has daily services that are spirited and participatory. The membership is a friendly and welcoming community.