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About Us

About Us


The Goals of our Program

  • Attain a strong feeling of identity with their heritage and to develop a sense of Love and Pride in being Jewish.
  • Gain knowledge and understanding of the Mitzvot, traditions and practices that Judaism stands for. To study the morals, values and ethical behavior mandated by the Torah, and develop an appreciation and experience a hands-on approach to all holidays.
  • Master the skills of Hebrew reading and to gradually develop the ability to understand basic Hebrew words, emphasizing prayers, so that the students will feel comfortable when attending services.
  • Identify with the Land of Israel as their own land and develop an interest in issues relating to Israel and its inhabitants.
  • Discover and explore the incredible history of the Jewish people and its relevance for all times.
  • Allow the students to express their opinions and questions about G‑d, Torah and religion and to have them understand the importance and relevance of Torah in today’s day and age.
  • Attain a “Jewish” perspective on life and maintain Jewish feelings and involvement beyond the years at Hebrew School and ultimately perpetuate this onto future generations.

Our program is for boys and girls grades Nursery through 7 (ages 4 - 13).

Sunday: 10:00 - 12:30

All classes will be held at 10870 S. Eastern Ave., Suite 104 in the Sunridge Village Shopping Center

Our office number is (702) 617 - 0770 or email

Upcoming events
Dec. 13, 2017
Join Rabbi Mendy as he delves into the deeper meaning behind the Parshah.

Class is free
Text book optional $20.00
Dec. 14, 2017
Come join us for our annual Menorah Lighting in The District at Green Valley Ranch! There will be live music, doughnuts, treats and more. This is a free event open to the community!
Dec. 18, 2017
You're invited to our Chanukah Party! Join us for food and fun for the whole family! There will be Chocolate gelt, latkes, music and more!
This event is free and everyone is welcome! ...
Dec. 19, 2017
This class exhibits the power of the Jewish woman. This, high-energy class provides a basic introduction to Jewish philosophy and observance, focusing on special events and holidays in the ...