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The Hebrew Academy Middle School: Training Tomorrow's Leaders 

The Hebrew Academy strives to educate the total child. By creating an environment that encourages the child’s intellectual, emotional, spiritual, and ethical growth, we aims to instill a sense of self-worth and a lifelong commitment to learning and Judaism. Opening our doors in 1969, the Hebrew Academy’s mission is to provide a highly challenging and dynamic educational curriculum in an extended family atmosphere.
Our academically enriched curriculum is aligned with California Common State Standards and Next Generation Science Standards that emphasizes career and life skills. 


CA-CCSS - 
https://www.cde.ca.gov/re/cc/


NGSS- 
https://www.nextgenscience.org/

 

Social Clubs

Bnos Program 

Our Bnos leaders are warm and nurturing. Each year Rabbi Rapoport interviews and hires dedicated, sensitive girls to create a chassidishe atmosphere on campus and in the dorm.

We have a very exciting and active  Bnos Chabad  program which includes activities in and out of school such as, 

 Farbrengens - Chassidishe activities and farbrengens with our Bnos leaders and with Shluchos.

 Trips - Regularly scheduled trips to Sky High, Sports Comedy and more

 Shabbatons - Shabbatons are often to exciting places in and around California.

 Achos HaTmimim - Challenge yourself to be your very best.

 Rosh Chodesh and Yoma dePagra events.

 

Hebrew Academy Youth 

Rabbi Mendy Naparstek is the Lubavitch Youth Club director as well as a teacher at the Hebrew Academy.  He is known for his warmth and enthusiasm for teaching Jewish youth. Rabbi Naparstek plans meaningful Jewish programming for the middle school boys including,

Monthly Saturday night club.

Shabbatons.

Trips.