Award-winning Preschool/Kindergarten with low student-to-teacher ratio; rich and meaningful age-appropriate Judaic and secular education with programs in music, physical education, science enrichment, beginning computers, storytime and library designed to enhance the growth of children ages six months through six years.
Temple Emanu-El Pre-School
At Temple Emanu-El Preschool, we celebrate children and Judaism. We do this by providing every child in our program, ages six weeks to five years, with high quality Judaic Early Childhood education and care. Our environments and programs are designed to encourage each child to develop as an individual and as part of the Jewish community.
The Hebrew Academy is committed to educating Jewish youth in order to develop knowledgeable future leaders in the Jewish and secular community who are practicing Jews. The educational program at THA is based on traditional Jewish values. To achieve this goal, THA provides a comprehensive educational program that supports the Judaic, academic, cultural and emotional growth of our students.
The Tucson High School for Jewish Studies provides a stimulating academic environment in which Jewish high school students further their Jewish education. In addition, Hebrew High students enrich their social interactions and explore their responsibility to the Jewish community, as well as the community at large, through participation in projects of Tikkun Olam, repairing the world. Contact Bryan Davis for more information.
The Florence Melton Adult Mini-School
An innovative concept for Jews of all backgrounds aimed at enabling Jewish adults to learn seriously about their heritage and culture in a challenging and inspiring two-year course of study, 24 sessions each year.
Hillel is the foundation of the campus Jewish community - a diverse, umbrella organization which serves an eclectic Jewish community. Hillel's mission is to provide students at the U of A and in the Tucson metropolitan area with an atmosphere that fosters enhancement of Jewish life. Hillel develops student leadership and initiative by allowing students to engage in pro-active, democratic Jewish life through various projects, including lectures, discussions, social and cultural events, as well as other services and programs.