The Judaic studies curriculum revolves around the rich intellectual, cultural and historical legacies of our Jewish heritage.
Mirowitz students learn that there are many authentic ways to engage in Jewish practice, express Jewish identity, serve God, make meaning of Torah and build Jewish community. Our students study TaNaKH (Torah, Prophets and Writings), Tefillah (prayer), Rabbinic texts, Jewish Holidays, Hebrew, and Israel.
The curriculum strengthens critical thinking skills, inspires creativity and provides meaningful opportunities to exercise leadership. Ultimately, Jewish learning guides just and ethical living, and helps students develop a strong moral compass.
As we explore Jewish texts, prayer practices, holidays and ritual, we weave together a sacred tapestry of Jewish identities and communities — contemporary and historical.
Our students graduate with deep knowledge, self-assurance, and a profound commitment to Israel and the Jewish people.