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Rabbi Avi Levine Community Religious School




The Rabbi Avi Levine Community Religious School offers a warm and nurturing environment for Jewish learning and expression for our K-10th grade students. We prepare them for their bar/bat mitzvah and their lives in general through the teachings of Hebrew, history, ethics, prayer, Jewish culture, and mitzvot (Jewish religious obligations). Additionally, our school is open to the general community for children in grades K - 6 with out the family becoming members of the temple.  Our children learn from dedicated faculty through traditional methods, creative arts, complemented with Jewish holiday and life cycle events.

The Rabbi Avi Levine Community Religious School offers the following programs:

Religious School

Our curriculum includes Hebrew and liturgy studies, participation in t'filah (Jewish prayer), lifecycle events, holidays, history, and Torah stories. We also offer a music and library program.

B’nai Mitzvah Program

Studies begin with the Educator a year before the Bar/Bat Mitzvah date. Students work with the Rabbi to select which of the prayers they want to use when they lead the service, chant Torah and haftarah, and share their interpretation of the text and prayers they have learned.

Midrashah Youth Group (Middle School Study Group)

The post B’nai Mitzvah program is the first step leading to 10th grade confirmation, and includes subjects from modern Hebrew and Israel, to ethics, current events, Jewish cooking, kabalah, and the human body.

Madrichim and Mentoring Program (Student Helper Program)

Post B’nai Mitzvah students support the teaching and administrative staff during religious school hours, Students preparing for their Bar/Bat Mitzvah are paired with an older student to help them in their preparations.


The Confirmation curriculum is based on Jewish ethics. We study Mussar, a virtues based approach to Jewish ethics and character development and the modern meanings of the Ten Commandments and the Book of Ruth.

Tue, May 24 2022 23 Iyar 5782