Hebrew High Has New Options for 8th – 12th Graders

Hebrew High in Boulder has always been the place for Jewish teens to hang out on Wednesday nights. This year we are offering the option to take just one class or four. Starting this Wednesday, August 29th, courses offered include: Confronting Anti-Semitism, How to Write Your College Essay Using Your Israel/Jewish Experience, It’s a Kosher, Kosher Nation, and Thrival. Don’t see what you are looking for here? No worries. This is only the beginning.

There are many more opportunities this year. Join us for only the Cafe Nights or Shabbatonim. Participate in Har HaShem’s Confirmation Class. Go on Israel Study Tour or become a Service Learning and Leadership Fellow. The choices are all yours.

Our online course catalog and registration is live! You can register for most CAJE classes through our online system, and for those that are unavailable online, hard-copy forms are available by clicking here. Regular courses start at only $175 and discounts are available when you sign up for more than one. As always, no teen will be denied a Jewish education because of cost. Tuition assistance forms can be found here. Questions? Just send us an email!

All regular classes meet on Wednesdays from 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm with a break from 7:30 pm – 8 pm at the Boulder JCC unless otherwise specified. Join us for pizza and shmoozing at 6 pm every week. $3 for 2 slices and a drink.

About Shauna Sadow

Shauna has been a part of the Boulder Jewish Community for the past thirteen years with a brief hiatus where she was the Educational Administrator for the ATID Academy of Torah in Dallas, Texas, a supplementary Hebrew high school program for the greater Dallas area. She has worked as School Director for Congregation Bonai Shalom (CBS). Prior to serving as School Director she taught at CBS, the Boulder JCC and Stepping Stones: Embracing Interfaith Families.

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