Education

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Jewish education is a lifelong practice that engages the mind, heart and soul. JRC offers opportunites to broaden your mind regardless of age. 

Early Childhood Center

Birth–4 Years Old

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Our enriching and diverse preschool program is based on progressive Jewish values, and focuses on the importance of relationships between students, teachers, and families. Children learn and play together in a nurturing environment designed to foster exploration, inquiries, and curiosity, using ideas and inspiration from the Reggio Emilia approach.

Learn more about the early childhood center

Religious School

Pre-K through High School

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Our Religious School cultivates an enduring sense of community and Jewish identity and provides children with the building blocks they need to engage throughout their lives in Jewish exploration, community, and activism.

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Adult Education

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Adult Education inspires and challenges casual learners and serious scholars alike. Learning opportunities can take the form of lectures, trips to local theaters, discussion groups, visits to other houses of worship, and movie nights, to name a few. 

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Assistant Rabbi for Education

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Our innovative Religious School is led by Rabbi David Eber, JRC's first ever Assistant Rabbi for Education.

 

Read Rabbi Eber's Bio


 

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The Green Synagogue and the Pillars of Chai

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In 2008, we built the first platinum LEED-certified green synagogue in North America. The construction required 18 pillars - the number in Hebrew that also means "chai" or "life." 

Now, more than ten years later, JRC has launched the Pillars of Chai Campaign to raise $4.4m to wholly own our beloved building. 

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learn about the Pillars of Chai

Discover the sustainable technology of our building