Each Associated Hebrew Schools branch is a vibrant community of students, families and faculty where people feel they are at a second home.
Principals and other administrators know every child by name and office staff are welcoming and friendly.
We see parents as important partners in our students’ education. There are many programs and educational events designed for family inclusion and participation as well as opportunities to volunteer. A great way to get involved is to become part of our Parent Teacher Council (PTC). Visit our PTC page for more information.
Our families come from a wide spectrum of Jewish observance, socio-economic and cultural backgrounds and have found their educational homes here. Often, our school community is the primary social network for families and a key support system in times of both celebration and need.
From pick-up and drop-off, to play dates and lifecycle events, finding best friends and lifelong connections at AHS is often a whole family affair.