WELCOME TO HEBREW HIGH!
Define Your Jewish Future
Hebrew High is a supplementary Jewish program for students in grades 8-12, sponsored by Temple Beth El and Temple Israel, and open to ALL Jewish teens!
WHO, WHAT & WHY
To promote Jewish empowerment, learning, and enrichment in the lives of Jewish teens.
The transformative learning experiences at Hebrew High of Charlotte NC are designed to help our students grow both in and out of the classroom. Hebrew High reflects the vibrant energy of our Jewish teens by giving them a voice to explore their Judaism in a safe environment with passionate and skilled teachers who want to help our students make an impact on the world.
Are you ready to reach your potential? Join us!
We ask parents to provide snack for the kids at Hebrew High each week. Please bring the snacks to the Hebrew High office no later than 7:00 pm on the date you will select. The Hebrew High office is now located in the Bernstein Education Building in the Temple Beth El Religious School office (details on the sign up sheet).
HEBREW FOR CREDIT
Hebrew High is proud to offer Hebrew for Credit to our students. These classes have been approved by Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools (CMS) and Union County Schools (UCPS).
Students will receive one year of language credit for every two years they participate and pass their Hebrew for Credit class.
Students who took Hebrew I last year will need to sign up for Hebrew II, etc. First year students will sign up for Hebrew I.
WEDNESDAY NIGHT DINNERS
Dinner will be offered every Wednesday night of Hebrew High. You can sign up monthly, by session or for the year. Walk-ins are also welcome for $8.00. Click on the sign-up button to see prices and menus.
Join Hebrew High's PTO. For $36 you can help offset the costs of special programs, purchasing technology for our classes, teacher appreciation, Hannukah party, Post Confirmation gifts, end of year party and more. (If you signed up on the registration form, you do not need to sign up here).
Our Dedicated Staff
Hebrew High...where teens are valued and their voices are heard