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    Shoresh means source. These are our aims:

  To read and understand the siddur.

  To study narrative parts of the Bible in Hebrew (with translation).

  To complete a survey of Jewish history and thought from Abraham to Zionism.

  To acquire an understanding of basic texts of Jewish law and ethics.

    Each Sunday evening is divided into three 1-hour classes. Some courses continue for both semesters, others for only one semester (indicated by *). Each year's curriculum consists of four
    subjects: Tanach, Rabbinics, Siddur and History.  

    Click on each grade number for additional details.
    Our Curriculum
Ulpan Ben Yehuda
conversational Hebrew
at the JCCGW is now open to
Shoresh students for only
$100 per semester,
a $300 savings!  
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Shoresh Hebrew High
School
is a nonprofit
organization and has
501(c)(3) tax-exempt status.