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Hebrew School - Home School

Hebrew School - Home School

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Here's how it works...

1. Grab a family or two in your area to join your group.
(Individual Hebrew School tutoring option available, see details below)

2. Choose a home and time slot that works for everyone. 

3. Call/email us to reserve your slot.

4. Sit back and watch your child/ren learn how to read
Hebrew and learn about our Jewish heritage
in a hassle-free and pressure free environment.

For: Boys and Girls Ages 6-13 

What does the 1.5 hours include: 
*Prayer and Jewish songs
*Aleph Bet/Hebrew reading lessons 
*Jewish Holidays and History 

Days available: Sunday-Thursday

Price:
--Option one
$185 per child per 6 visits 
(minimum requirement 2 children/2 families)

--Option Two
$300 per child per 6 visits - private lesson
(no minimum requirement) 

*Payment required upon registration

*Commitment of only 6 weeks at at time
can be extended after 6 weeks

Call us at 703-820-2770
or email us at

HSHS@chabadaa.org

Testimonial:

Our family is having a wonderful experience with Chabad of Alexandria-Arlington Hebrew School Home School Program. Our eleven-year-old son reluctantly attended a local congregation's Hebrew School for a number of years but class work was never age appropriate and rarely inspiring. Teachers were well intentioned, but not well qualified. When we found the Chabad of A-A, things quickly got much better.

Rabbi Newman takes his job seriously. He skillfully engages our son by being personable, respectful, and encouraging. He is complimentary of our son's questions and progress, and also patient and honest. Our son finishes his hour-long lesson with a sense of accomplishment. Over the course of a few months, he's learned more Hebrew than in the previous five years. And the Judaic studies lessons have piqued an interest in Judaism we have not seen before. We have more ground to cover, but Rabbi Newman has steered us in the right direction.

For my family and I, this experience is the first real engagement with Chabad. We came here only after our other approaches at Jewish education failed. If we could start over, we would skip those other institutions and headed straight for Chabad.

A. M. B.

 

 

 

 

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