Tribeca Torah, the Tribeca Synagogue Hebrew School provides families with the opportunity to give their children a Jewish education in a warm, intimate and creative setting.
 

The one-day-a-week school offers a thorough grounding in Jewish culture and knowledge, and fosters positive Jewish identification. Synagogue membership is welcomed but not required in order to attend Hebrew School.

Hebrew School

The curriculum includes language skills in prayer-book Hebrew, familiarization with major prayers and blessings, as well as Jewish culture, holidays and rituals. Our younger students learn through a family-oriented model, while the older students have a creative and challenging curriculum. Our program currently includes pre-kindergarten through seventh grade, and is staffed by warm and caring teachers.


 

 

Thanks to Morah Leah for the pics, the determination and superstar leadership.  Thanks to Cayla Muschel for beautiful music and terrific production.
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The end of year movie


Classes are held on Mondays and start between 3:30 and 4:00. All students are welcomed with a snack. They then divide into small classes by age group, meeting for an hour and a half. Each class spends about half their time on Hebrew and the other half on Judaica. Our calendar includes holiday celebrations for Hanukah, and a model Passover Seder. Students might create special items to help celebrate holidays such as groggers before Purim or seder plates prior to Passover.

 

 

 Tuition 

Grade                       member rate                  non member rate

  1-4                               $1350                              $1500

  5-7                               $1400                              $1600

B'nai mitzvah                 $1400                              $1600

 
To set up an appointment or to learn more about the program, contact the office at 212-966-7141 or email us at info@tribecasynagogue.org.

 

Bar/Bat Mitzvah Class

Our sixth and seventh graders prepare for their Bar/Bat Mitzvahs through class from 4 to 5:30 P.M. At our shul, we believe that becoming a Bar or Bat Mitzvah is just that, a mitzvah. We strive to have each child fulfill this mitzvah in a way that utilizes the child’s abilities and meets the needs and desires of the child’s family while creating a sacred and meaningful event. We have a variety of different services that may be held at the synagogue. As you will see, we are open to creating the kind of program that is right for you. We look forward to exploring this process with your family and to enabling your child to fulfill this important mitzvah!

Thu, June 22 2017 28 Sivan 5777