The Greenburgh Hebrew Center offers Free Jewish Education for Kindergarten and First GradePublished: Thursday, September 1, 2016
The Greenburgh Hebrew Center extends its commitment to Jewish education by offering enrollment in its Kindergarten and first grade classes for free, and membership in the synagogue is not required. This tuition benefit is available to all students enrolling in the Kindergarten and First Grade (Gan and Aleph) classes. The Kindergarten and First Grade classes meet on Sundays from 10 am – noon during the school year, except during holidays and school vacations. In addition, tuition for second graders is free for all members of GHC. All parents of students enrolled in the Religious School may attend High Holiday Youth services for free, along with their child(ren).
GHC’s Religious School begins at kindergarten and continues through the teenage years. The vibrant and relevant curriculum engages children and provides a solid foundation in Jewish learning. Experienced, dynamic teachers teach all classes, and the education is deepened by frequent input from both Rabbi and Cantor. The Religious School experience is enhanced by ongoing age-appropriate Sabbath services, extra-curricular activities and social gatherings for children and their parents.
To learn more about the school or to arrange a tour, please contact 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. The synagogue welcomes traditional and blended families, singles and LGBTQ participants, and has daily services that are spirited and participatory.