The Max Frankel Religious School
The Max Frankel Religious School of Temple Emanuel strives to provide students with an understanding of Reform Judaism and pride in being Jewish. We believe that Judaism is meant to be lived and learned. Our Religious School will impart in students the knowledge and values they will need to make critical decisions about how they will live their lives as Jews. We challenge students to develop those habits of intellect and imagination that will prepare them for life, leadership and a desire for lifelong learning.
Click on the presentation (right) to learn about some of the changes you will see over the course of the next year.
2017-2018 REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN!
One of the major benefits of membership at Temple Emanuel is the opportunity to enroll your child(ren) in our Religious School program. Below you will find our 2017-2018 tuition rates.
A full calendar will be available by June 1.
2017-2018 Tuition Rates (congregant families will be billed at the beginning of the academic year)
My Jewish Discovery Zone: $200
1st Grade: $200
2nd Grade: $200
3rd Grade: $200
4th Grade: $200
5th Grade: $200
6th Grade: $200
7th Grade: $200
8th Grade: $200
9th Grade Confirmation: $200 (Washington, D.C. Trip billed separately)
10th Grade Confirmation: $400 (includes all Confirmation-ceremony-related costs. New York City Trip billed separately)
11th & 12th Grades: $200
Starting in 4th grade, and continuing until the beginning of b'nei mitzvah preparations, students must also be registered for Hebrew School, as well as their Judaic classes. Hebrew school will be an additional $75 charge per child.
Equip students with the knowledge and skills necessary to place themselves along the continuum of Jewish life to show them how Judaism can enrich their lives, ultimately resulting in them committing to Judaism for themselves.
Connect students to a kehillah kedoshah (holy community), which, deeply rooted in Jewish values, will illustrate to them how Temple Emanuel and the larger Jewish community can be an anchor in their lives.
Demonstrate to students how their Judaism can play a role in how they navigate the world and interact with those around them.