Curriculum Portal​Chabad of Windsor's Hebrew School ​will focus on educating children through art, music, and drama, enabling them to experience the ideas and ideals which are taught in a relevant and artistic manner.

We hope to engage your child's sense of identity by capturing his/her imagination and attention. So, we put a lot of effort into providing our students with substantive lessons and a positive atmosphere.

The lessons are multi-sensory and hands-on, ensuring that the students truly experience what they are being taught. The lessons are structured with discussion-starters, to create a lively, interactive classroom experience. The information truly becomes the student's own.

Every session​ will focus on one of the arts, offering a hands-on experience to truly understand it's depth, meaning, and connection to Judaism. Our incredible staff caters their individual attention to each and every student, ages ​five through thirteen and promises to engage each child on their level instilling enthusiasm and Jewish pride.

Aleph Champ
Our Hebrew School uses the new, acclaimed Aleph Champ program to ensure that your child will read fluently at the end of his/her Hebrew School experience.

Our students learn to read & write Hebrew. They gain confidence and familiarity with the Siddur-Hebrew Prayer Book.

Our students will attain a recognition of the uniqueness of our homeland, Israel.

Jewish Culture
The students gain an appreciation of our heritage and culture that has been preserved throughout the ages through various cultural crafts, literature, and songs, presented throughout the year.

Links: Connecting to our Jewish History
Jewish history will come alive as students tackle the time period of Yehoshua until current times. Specific emphasis will be placed on application of history; the students will explore how lessons gleaned from history formed the identity of the Jewish People today. Most importantly, students will gain an appreciation for the impact of Jewish history on their “Jewishness” and their lives.

Holidays and Shabbat
Hands-on lessons on each Jewish holiday will fill the calendar as we begin with learning about the High Holidays and continue throughout the year. By the end of the year, the students will have a deeper understanding and appreciation of each holiday, its traditions and customs, and of Shabbat, and its special meaning to the Jewish people.

Jewish Values
Beginning with the origins of the mitzvot, stressing practical applications in our daily lives, our students will explore a personal Jewishness.