By that time, students can adequately decipher ancient texts, apply trope (chanting notations), contemplate possible interpretations and serve as a spiritual leader.
In addition to developing skills needed to access texts in their original languages, Mirowitz students develop a love of Torah study for its own sake, embracing it as a resource to inform their values, moral commitments and perspectives.
In grades K-5, our TaNaKH curriculum focuses primarily on Torah, with an emphasis on the books of Genesis and Exodus. In middle school students explore models of leadership, corruption and Jewish roots in the land of Israel through their study of the books of Samuel.
Our teachers embrace visual and performing arts, and design thinking to help Mirowitz students engage deeply with traditional texts and derive personal meaning from their learning.