Religious School in Boca Raton
Registration for the 2019-2020 school year will open end-April, 2019.
At Temple Beth El Religious School, we strive to create a warm, engaging and enjoyable environment for all of our students. We hope that they will embrace their Jewish identity, and wish to remain part of a connected Jewish community throughout their lives.
Our Bar and Bat Mitzvah program provides each child with the opportunity to build on his or her own unique strengths, and culminates with a meaningful and deeply personal individual Bar/Bat Mitzvah service. There is no additonal Bar or Bat Mitzvah education fee.
We are excited to announce two new programs for 3rd-6th graders for the 2019-2020 school year:
- At the Beck Family Campus in West Boca, we will be offering Hebrew on Sundays, so there is now a one-day-a-week option for Religious School conveniently located in West Boca.
- At the Schaefer Family Campus in East Boca, we will be piloting an exciting new bi-monthly Family Learning Model. Parents will join their child in their learning experience one Friday evening a month and one Sunday morning a month, with a few Saturdays for good measure! What a terrific way for parents (and even grandparents from time to time) to learn together with and alongside your child. We promise an experience you won’t forget! Enrollment is limited.
Check back for details, or call the school office for information at 561-391-8900.
We offer a meaningful and fun Jewish education program for children in grades K-12 in a safe and secure environment with passionate and knowledgeable faculty.
Included in our program:
- Developmentally appropriate Judaic and Hebrew classes
- Free or highly subsidized youth group events
- Two consecration ceremonies
- An individual B’nai Mitzvah ceremony with highly personalized preparation. There is no additional Bar or Bat Mitzvah education fee.
Graduates of Temple Beth El’s religious school:
- Make moral decisions that are deeply rooted in Jewish values
- Appreciate the lessons found within Jewish text and wisdom
- Feel they belong to a larger Jewish peoplehood and history in addition to our temple community
- Develop their own sense of spirituality, understanding and participating in worship services
- Seek out opportunities for social justice and tikkun olam (repairing the world.)
We offer two convenient Boca Raton locations with multiple learning options.
Schaefer Family Campus - 333 SW 4th Avenue
East Boca Raton
Beck Family Campus - 9800 Yamato Road
West Boca Raton
About Temple Beth El:
- Temple Beth El of Boca Raton seeks to be a deeply compelling center of Reform Judaism, integrating the wisdom of Torah and tradition with the modern world in which we live. Learn about the history and culture of Temple Beth El in our 50th anniversary video.
- Temple membership is required for your child to attend Religious School, however some non-member tuition is available for grades K-2, within certain parameters. There is no building fund. Learn more about membership.
- We pride ourselves on making membership accessible to as many people as possible. If any current or prospective member is facing serious financial difficulties, financial assistance is available.
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- Learn more about our educational philosophy, and no hidden fees.