My child does not want to add any school days to his/her already busy schedule, but i feel it is important to provide him/her with some form of a Jewish Education.

JUDA is not a typical school We understand that children learn through activities and games and we strive to create an environment which is fun and camp-like, with our focus being on expression through various forms of art so that the students are so busy doing things, they don't even realize hey are learning! 

We are not observant or very religious. Will my child feel out of place at a JUDA?

One of the common myths associated with Chabad, is that it is a place that is only for religious Jews. Although the synagogue is traditional, and our staff are observant, almost NONE of our JUDA families are Orthodox.

Our students are from a very diverse Jewish backgrounds and most attend public school or non-Jewish private schools. Many of our families identify as Conservative, Reform, or unaffiliated but choose to send their children to JUDA because of the excellent quality of education we offer. The range of observance is varied, some families attend synagogue or do Shabbat at home, some observe the Holidays, some parents read Hebrew, many do not. When teaching about observance and Mitzvot, our teachers are careful to present in a way that includes all children. Our curriculum teaches personal Judaism, without labels or divisions.

3.What is Chabad all about?

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