We're impressed with our curriculum, now it's your turn! Our mission is to engage your child's sense of identity by capturing his/her imagination and attention. We put a lot of effort into providing our students with substantive lessons and a positive atmosphere. 

The lessons are multi-sensory and hands-on, ensuring that the students truly experience what they are being taught. The lessons are structured with discussion-starters, to create a lively, interactive experience. We make Jewish learning and living come to life.


Hebrew is the language of our people. Mastering Hebrew will enable our children to meaningfully participate in Jewish experiences

At Park Hebrew we prepare our children to fully experience Hebrew through our syllabus on listening, reading and writing  Hebrew. 

To teach Hebrew to our students we use the acclaimed Aleph Champion Program© which is on the cutting edge of Hebrew reading today.and is modeled after the Karate/Martial Arts motivational system.

What do Karate and Hebrew Reading have in common you ask?

Karate is a traditional art that is divided into ten colored levels. Moving up a level is a proof of hard work and determination and is therefore a source of pride.  

Aleph Champ takes inspiration from Karate and divides Hebrew reading skills  into 10 colored levels. There are fun games and activities to help the students meet their goals. Moving up a level is Aleph Champ is a source of pride for students and this makes them self motivated to succeed. Self motivated students is a quality that is unique to the Aleph Champ Hebrew Reading program


At Park Hebrew, We foster a positive sense of Jewish identity and pride by imparting in each child an appreciation of Jewish history, culture and values.

Our children gain excitement in the lead up to holidays, appreciate Jewish history, and understand the importance of Jewish values and ethics through our cutting-edge Judaica curriculum. Through the years at Park Hebrew, students gain an appreciation and understanding of Jewish history, Mitzvot, Israel, Jewish moral values, and general Jewish trivia. 

Festivals are preceded with carnivals, Shabbat learning comes to life with an exuberant Shabbat dinner and spirited Havdallah service, Purim brings a ‘Mini Chefs’ hamantashen bake, and Passover learning culminates with ‘Matzah Bakery’ and a traditional Model Seder. Jewish heritage has never been so relevant, meaningful and alive.

Throughout our curriculums, we imbue within our children the importance of being a ‘mentsch’; a moral, compassionate, responsible and giving individual. We encourage our children to take responsibility and leadership roles in their home and school environments.