Hebrew Academy Mission Statement
Graduates who strive for excellence in Torah and Secular Education, who are Shomrei Torah and Mitzvot, and have a love for Medinat Israel.
Hebrew Academy provides the children of Torah observant families with academic excellence in both Limudei Kodesh and Secular Studies.
Our Mission is to:
- Provide an educational environment to enable students to reach their intellectual and religious potential
- Develop leadership and community involvement
- Instill a love of and an attachment to Medinat Yisrael
- Provide opportunities to nurture the mind, body and soul
- Foster intellectual curiosity and a love for learning
- Honesty & Integrity Midot Tovot
- Respect Maasim Tovim
Hebrew Academy is proudly committed to academic excellence and innovation, fostering intellectual curiosity and inspiring leadership. Our students are guided by Torah values and Halachic principles founded on the tenets of Am Yisrael, Eretz Yisrael and Torat Yisrael.
Hebrew Academy High School offers a rigorous educational curriculum focused on a combined program of Judaic and Secular Studies. We foster a love of learning while underscoring the ideals of chessed, volunteerism and Tikkun Olam – all in a close-knit, familial environment that contributes to students’ and alumni’s warm associations with Hebrew Academy as their second home.
In participating in national and international initiatives that cultivate their cultural and political literacy, our students expand their horizons far beyond the boundaries of our school and community. In the past number of years, dozens of Hebrew Academy High School students have been inducted into the National Honor Society, a North American organization that recognizes excellence in the areas of Leadership, Service and Character.
Hebrew Academy graduates emerge with the skills and confidence needed to begin the next phase of their lives. Our alumni frequently – and gratefully – reflect on the integral role that Hebrew Academy played in their current successes as worldly, professional, Bnei Torah, in a broader society that welcomes their leadership and contributions.