Hebrew Academy is dedicated to providing excellence in primary education guided by the principle of Torah U’mada. We value the complete integration of Judaic and General Studies with a strong emphasis on Medinat Yisrael.
Hebrew Academy has a rigorous curriculum that meets all MEES (Ministère de l’Éducation et de l’Enseignement supérieur) requirements and standards. We are committed to implementing cutting-edge pedagogy and best-practice instructional strategies.
Differentiation is an integral part of instruction. Hebrew Academy Elementary School implements RTI, Response to Intervention. The fundamental principle is to maximize differentiation in order to meet all students’ needs within the classroom. Teachers have adopted such methodologies as the “Daily 5” and “Daily Café”, as well as universal screening using the Dibels program. Enrichment is provided both within and outside the classroom in many subject areas.
Student-life is enriched by our Kollel Torah Mitzion and B’not Sherut, who offer programming related to Israel, chagim and special events. Our goal is to strengthen our students’ love of Torah and Israel. Hebrew Academy is fortunate to have a dedicated team of teachers and staff who are deeply committed to our children’s education and development.
Latest Elementary School News
Grade 6 parents, siblings and grandparents were treated to an exceptional cultural evening last night - one which showcased our students’ and faculty’s remarkable creativity and talents. In a highly-anticipated exhibit held in the Hebrew Academy Beit Midrash, Grade 6...
If there were a Dad of the Month award, HA parent and alumnus Gabriel Malca (’01) would surely win it. For a number of weeks, Morah Elyse Haber’s 2B English class has welcomed Mystery Readers – typically students’ parents – who read them a story. Monday’s reader was...
Grade 6 students and faculty welcomed a very special guest on Wednesday: child Holocaust survivor Leon Celemencki. Students were riveted by Mr. Celemencki's stirring account of his childhood during the Shoah, which was punctuated by the loss of his mother and aunts...
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