Aleph Champ

JUDA Junior (Age 3-5) will master the Hebrew Aleph Bet through a multitude of hands-on activities, shaping, and exploring activities.

JUDA Kids (Age 5-13): The Aleph Champion Program© is on the cutting edge of Hebrew reading today. Modeled after the Karate/Martial Arts motivational system, it works by dividing different reading skills into levels defined by color. Students understand that their teacher is a black aleph champion and their goal is to reach that level.

Judaism Comes Alive

At JUDA the richness and beauty of our Jewish traditions come to life. Our dynamic programs will educate, stimulate and excite your children intellectually, emotionally and practically.

We believe that a child’s Jewish learning must be creative, memorable and fun. Because at JUDA, children don’t just love to learn about Judaism, they learn to love Judaism too. Instead of merely imparting typical textbook lessons, our expert instructors share their own love and passion for Jewish life and teach by example too.

From lively interactive classroom discussions to exciting hands-on learning programs, our unique learning experience will engage, excite, involve, and inspire young minds and hearts.

Steam at JUDA

What is STEAM/STEM? STEAM=Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, & Math. Yes, Art too!

STEAM/STEM focuses on creativity, problem solving, and curiosity. When done well, STEAM provides fun, hands-on opportunities for kids (and adults) to tinker, learn new tools, and design their own things. Along the way they learn interpersonal skills, problem solving, dealing with failure, how things work, and the value of inquiry (which is super important to both science and Judaism).

Our Program: We will be doing hands-on holiday projects at JUDA with a focus on design and experiment. We will get students thinking, learning new tools (safely), building, and playing as they solve problems, all in a friendly, supportive environment. Often there is no single solution, and things won’t work the first time. Learning about healthy management of frustration is part of our experience of designing new things and pieces of art.



Biblical figures and stories are brought to life at JUDA. Pride in our heritage, our holy land of Israel, and the people we come from help to establish an appreciation for our culture and way of life! 

Mitzvot and Life Cycle

Charity (Tzedakah), care and responsibility for all G‑ds creations (Tikun Olam), love of one's fellow (Ahavat Chinam) are just some of the Mitzvot we focus on here at JUDA. We will explore their origins and history among our people, as well as their practical application in our daily life. 

Holiday and Shabbat

Traditions and celebrations are so much a part of the Jewish life. We use song, drama and craft medium to create exciting opportunities for our students to experience a full calendar of celebrations.

Jewish Morals and Values

Here at JUDA we offer our students the opportunity for hands-on discussions regarding life's many joys and challenges and support them in their preparation to becoming a contributing and sensitive members of society.