Registration Opens for K-12 HEART Experiential Learning Programs

K-12 programs available to first-year non-members for the first time

DENVER (July 14, 2021) – Registration is officially open for K-12 education programs at the Hebrew Educational Alliance (HEA). For the first time, HEA’s HEART programs are also available to first-year students and families who are not currently members of the congregation.

HEART, or Hebrew Educational Alliance Ruach & Torah, is a vibrant, engaging program that teaches a strong Jewish educational foundation through traditional and experiential learning. The program consists of multiple modern approaches to Jewish learning, including Sunday School (grades K-5), Hebrew School (grades 4-6), Mensch Academy (grades 6-7), and HEA Youth Group Programs (grades 8-12).

The Mensch Academy offers HEA’s B’nai Mitzvah Experience, preparing students for their respective coming-of-age celebrations. The Youth Programs allow teens to participate in monthly educational, social and community service events, with Confirmation classes offered for 10th graders.

HEA’s mission is to inspire lives of meaning through every stage of life. HEART encourages intergenerational programming and involvement that fosters Jewish community beyond religious school. School officially starts Sunday, August 22.

For more information about each HEART program and registration, visit https://www.headenver.org/religious-school.

About HEA

The Hebrew Educational Alliance (HEA) is a diverse community celebrating Jewish practices and people in every stage of life. Teaching and embracing modern Conservative Jewish rituals,
roots and values, the HEA has represented and celebrated Jewish life in Denver, Colorado, for nearly 100 years.

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