Our philosophy is that every Jewish child is entitled to a Jewish education. To achieve this goal, we have opened a Hebrew school to bring this opportunity to the children of our community. Our Hebrew School offers a warm and lively Jewish atmosphere where children can attain a unique and exciting awareness of their Jewish identity.

At Chabad Hebrew School we endeavor that our students should...

  • Attain a strong sense of love of Judaism and pride in being Jewish.

  • Discover & explore the Torah (Bible), the incredible history of the Jewish people & see its relevance in today's day & age.

  • Gain an understanding of the practices & traditions of Judaism.

  • Know the morals, values & ethical behavior mandated by the Torah.

  • Have a hands-on experience & appreciation for all Jewish holidays.

  • Master Hebrew skills of reading & writing.

  • Understand basic Hebrew words.

  • Learn basic prayers so that the students will feel comfortable when attending services.

  • Identify with the land of Israel and its inhabitants.

  • Allow for students to express their opinions and questions about G‑d, Torah & religion.

Indeed, a child equipped with an education and a feeling for Judaism’s beautiful teachings, traditions, and historical lessons is a child better equipped to face the awesome moral challenges of today’s society.

Our school’s underlying approach is for the children to enjoy the time spent so that they are left with positive feelings and fond memories of their Jewish education. Our program is thus carefully blended with songs, games, incentives, arts and crafts, drama, field trips, family celebrations and other exciting co-curricular activities.


Aleph Champ Program

The Aleph Champion Program© is on the cutting edge of Hebrew reading today. Modeled after the Karate/Martial Arts motivational system, it works by dividing different reading skills into levels defined by color. Students understand that their teacher is a black aleph champion and their goal is to reach that level.

How does it work?

Step 1: Students are tested for their level using the aleph champ quiz book.

Step 2: Once placed in a level, the children receive a colored aleph champ reading primer depending on which color they passed.

Step 3: When a student progresses to the point of advancing a level, a testing date is set. The child is tested and receives an Aleph Champ Certificate of achievement as well as a new color book.

Step 4: Teachers are designated for the different color reading groups. Aleph Champ Centers are set up for reading, writing, games and flashcard review. The centers help to break up the teaching time and when short-staffed, even act as substitute teachers. See "coming attractions" for a list of some exciting reading center products soon to be available for purchase

Step 5: Review is integral to every successful reading program. Our NEW Hebrew reading homework system makes homework fun and doable! 

Step 6: Students are motivated and excited. The Aleph Champion Program is a success.  

The levels

  • White Aleph Champion - Mastery of the first seven Hebrew letters; vowels; kamatz, patach and tzerei. Blending two-syllable words.
  • Red Aleph Champion - Mastery of the first ten Hebrew letters; vowels; segol and shva. Blending three-syllable words.
  • Orange Aleph Champion - Mastery of the first fourteen Hebrew letters; vowels; cholam moleh, cholam chaser, and chirik. Blending four-syllable words.
  • Yellow Aleph Champion - Mastery of the first nineteen Hebrew letters; vowels; koobootz, shoorook, and Chataf kamatz, patach, and segol. Blending five-syllable words.
  • Green Aleph Champion - Mastery of the first twenty three Hebrew letters. Consolidating all vowels. Blending six-syllable words.
  • Blue Aleph Champion - Mastery of all Hebrew letters; Consolidating all vowels. Blending seven-syllable words.
  • Purple Aleph Champion - Consolidating all Hebrew letters, vowels and words learned so far. Hebrew reading exceptions.
  • Brown Aleph Champion - Fluency of basic prayers.


Aleph Champ Homework

Click here for your child's homework color.

Parents (or kids), need some help? Here's our Aleph Bet Cheat Sheet