• We are beyond thrilled with the rigorous secular education, the community and the spiritual values our children are being taught.

    - Jill, Parent
  • As Reform Jews, we were nervous about the religious aspect, but at Schechter, you are free to practice your religion as you see fit. We don't feel different than and we don't feel any pressure to be "more religious". At the same time, we respect those that are more observant than us and love that there is a place for everyone.

    - Jill, Parent
  • Schechter shaped me into the person I am today. All of the teachers really reinforced the idea of respect, love toward Judaism, and being a good person.

    - Maddy, Class of 2014
  • I am a proud alum of Schechter and cannot begin to measure the impact it has had on my life. Unlike any other school, Schechter has a focus on high-level thinking and advanced academic skills that go beyond the classroom, but in daily life.

    - Ben, Alumni and Board Member
  • Each week when I read the Friday newsletter I feel great. It makes me proud of what our school, our students, and our faculty and staff accomplish each and every day.

    - Jessica, Alumni Parent, Board Chairwoman
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Schechter Shavua: January 25, 2021

Whether they’re discussing the Presidential Inauguration entirely in Hebrew or creating their own signs to hold a “protest” reflecting issues important to them, our students are deeply engaged in learning in ways that also make meaningful connections. This week, we take a look at how students of different ages learn the lessons of MLK and how they use current events as a springboard for Hebrew conversation.


Schechter Shavua: January 18, 2021

Instead of just learning and memorizing facts from worksheets and textbooks, our students learn through their lived experiences. This makes a bigger impression on the way they digest new material and incorporate it into their thinking. Take a peek at how two teachers are doing this in the Rogow Middle School….