Highschool at Anshe Emeth is an exciting time, as they begin to learn the importance of life as a Jewish Person...
Anshe Emeth high-schoolers (8th-11th grade) have the unique opportunity to further their Jewish knowledge by learning at a more advanced level. Rabbi Miller, Rabbi Epstein, and our other teachers look forward to studying with our students. The first hour of the program will be a required class by grade level. The second hour of the program will be an elective class with mixed grade levels.
- 8th Grade Required Class: Jewish Leadership with Adena Kemper
- 9th Grade Required Class: Israel with Ze'ev Weisblatt and Lenny Haas
- 10th/11th Grade Required Class:
- First Semester – Hot Topics with Rabbi Bazeley
- Second Semester – Sex in the Texts with Rabbi Miller and a psychologist from our temple
Each month our high school seniors have the opportunity to learn with Rabbi Miller. They gather at his home to share food and friendship, learning about and discussing issues that will confront them as they move on to college and adult life.
Wednesday Night Hebrew High
The new-and-improved Wednesday program is strongly encouraged for all students.
You can get High School elective credit and a scholarship to EIE in Israel!
And, it doesn’t cost a thing beyond the regular Sunday tuition (unless you want pizza).
Hebrew by Grade Level, 6:30-7:20pm Study Modern Hebrew grammar and vocabulary, and learn to read, write, and speak like an Israeli. Prepare for life in Israel as an EIE student and/or Hebrew immersion at OSRUI Jewish summer camp in Wisconsin. Or just come to learn Hebrew on a whole new level, unlocking doors to your spirituality and your ability to connect with Israel.
Hebrew Chavaya (Hebrew Experience), 7:40-8:30pm *NEW!*. Continue your Hebrew learning together with the whole school – through film, websites and apps, game shows, cooking, music, drama, and more. Socialize, have fun and make new friends as you experience Israeli youth culture and sharpen your conversational skills. It’s Hebrew as you’ve never done it before.
Pizza Dinner between Hebrew session.
Either bring your own dinner, or for $75/semester, partake in a hot pizza dinner in class.
Anshe Emeth is proud to host SAT and SAT II testing for Jewish students on Sunday mornings (rather than on Saturdays, the day the tests are typically offered). We also provide testing for students with special needs. Every Jewish student has the right not to take these stress-laden exams on Shabbat. To register, simply use Anshe Emeth’s site number – 31930 – and get a permission letter from Rabbi Bazeley.