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Exploring New Ideas in Creative, Vibrant Environments

Shir Ami's exemplary Religious School honors Jewish tradition and encourages exploring new ideas in creative and vibrant environments.
The acquisition of Jewish knowledge is an ever-evolving, lifelong process. It is a mitzvah for parents to learn and pass on the beliefs, customs and traditions of Judaism to their children. At Shir Ami we are dedicated to providing students with the knowledge and tools to develop and question their Jewish identity, as well as teaching them that Jewish learning is never over – it is truly a lifelong pursuit.
 
 

V'Talmud Torah K'neged Kulam -- AND THE STUDY OF TORAH LEADS TO THEM ALL

 

In Hebrew, a school where Torah is studied is known as a Beit Midrash, which means a house of learning or explanation. A Beit Midrash seeks to educate its students about Torah, sacred Jewish texts, and the rituals and beliefs that have sustained Jewish people for centuries. With this in mind, our school strives to develop and challenge each student’s beliefs, to increase each student’s Judaic knowledge and to inspire each student to take what he/she learns and use it to guide his/her life.

Shir Ami's Religious School also seeks to be a warm and welcoming environment for families, where lifelong connections and friendships are built. Therefore, I look forward to getting to know, and study with, each child and parent/guardian who passes through the doors of our religious school. You should feel free to say hello and engage in conversation at any time and on any day of the week.

If I am not in the hallways, classrooms, or my office, you can always contact me at egoldberg@shiramipa.org or 215.968.3254.

L’Shalom,

Rabbi Eric Goldberg
Director of Religious School
 
TIYUL | TEEN ISRAEL ADVENTURE
Shir Ami's Tiyul, our Teen Israel Adventure has been a hallmark of the 8th and 9th grade educational experience for more than 10 years. 
This trip is not only a vital part of connecting our students to their heritage, but it also serves as a building block toward each individual's dedication to Israel.
 

 

 

 

 

 

Sun, April 21 2024 13 Nisan 5784