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Noar students in 4th-6th grade also participate in Noar Hebrew. The goal of our Hebrew program is to expose our students to the Hebrew language and actively engage students in their Hebrew studies. We teach our students basic Hebrew language, decoding and prayer skills while also providing them with a living experience and meaningful connection to the Hebrew language. Students learn prayer-based Hebrew and decoding side-by-side to help them achieve these Jewish life skills. Hebrew takes place 1 hour a week in your neighborhood or at Sinai with options ranging Sunday-Thursday depending on availability. We offer 3 options for Hebrew:

Students meet in a chavurah (small group) of 3-6 students weekly Sunday-Thursday for Hebrew instruction at Temple Sinai after Noar or in homes, community centers or local schools. Students in the Hebrew Chavurah program will be placed into small groups based on grade, location, and Hebrew levels (if possible). Our Hebrew students benefit from having small group instruction, forming connections with peers, and learning from an awesome Jewish educator! Note: Sunday Hebrew is now combined with our regular Hebrew Chavurah.

For those interested in virtual Hebrew learning, we have partnered with the Atlanta Hebrew Connection to provide small group learning online. This program is run through the Jewish Federation of Atlanta and ShalomLearningClick here for more information.


We offer the option of getting a 1-on-1 private tutor (from the approved tutor list) if neither the Hebrew Chavurah or Virtual Hebrew program works for you.  If you are considering this option, we suggest you speak to Marisa Kaiser prior to registering to ensure it will accomplish your goals for your child.


Current Noar Hebrew students, click here for our Noar Hebrew Prayers page.

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