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Our Classrooms

Our Classrooms

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There is a great sense of community within our Montessori classrooms, where children of differing ages work together in an atmosphere of cooperation rather than competitiveness. There is respect for environment and for the individuals within it, which comes through the experience of freedom in a structured environment. – inspired by Maria Montessori

It is the Hebrew Academy’s belief that our students can be provided with a comprehensive education in Jewish thought, customs, and Hebrew language, without compromising the quality secular education that parents desire for their children. Our program offers classes for the following age groups:


Infant / Toddlers - 6 weeks to 3 years of age.
Primary Class - 3 years of age (by September 1st) - to 6 years of age
Lower Elementary - 6 years of age to 9 years of age (grades 1-3)
Upper Elementary - 9 years of age to 12 years of age (grades 4-8)

Your child’s first years can be the most joyous of his or her life. At the Hebrew Academy, we capture this joy and encourage your children to observe the world around them. Starting in our infant/toddlers room, students begin learning through experience using Montessori materials. We believe children need to explore, analyze, investigate, and manipulate. The Montessori learning sequence builds upon previous experiences and encourages children to explore, analyze, investigate, and manipulate. Our holistic approach to curriculum continues through the Elementary and Middle school years encouraging each child to experience the joy of learning, allows enough time to enjoy the process, insures the development of self-esteem, and provides the experiences from which children create knowledge.
It is the Hebrew Academy’s belief that our students can be provided with a comprehensive education in Jewish thought, customs, and Hebrew language, without compromising the quality secular education that parents desire for their children. We are committed to an integrated approach to learning which recognizes that all subject areas, both religious and secular, are naturally interrelated and complement and enrich one another.
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