Achduth Vesholom's Religious School offers comprehensive educational programming for children of Temple members in preschool through 12th grade. (Children who turn 4 by September 1 are eligible to enroll.)
Our objectives include teaching our students Jewish values, traditions, history, heritage, and way of life. We want to create a meaningful Jewish experience for our children so that Judaism becomes a positive intellectual and emotional experience. We also want to strengthen and reinforce Jewish feelings, associations and fellowship. We utilize the Union for Reform Judaism's CHAI Curriculum.
Basic Hebrew is part of the comprehensive religious school program. We use the URJ's Mitkadem Hebrew program. Additional Hebrew classes are required for bar/bat mitzvah candidates. Confirmation marks an educational milestone for young people in the 10th grade. Post-Confirmation classes are offered to students in grades 11 and 12.
Our high school program for students in grades 9 through 12 meets on Sundays, covering topics relevant to their lives as Jewish teens and young adults. Field trips and Confirmation class trips broaden our students' view of the Jewish world.
Our 170-year tradition of meaningful Jewish education in Fort Wayne has been fostered by the hard work and dedication of teachers, rabbis and educators. We're also fortunate to have the Rabbi Richard B. Safran Library
as a resource. The Temple also encourages our young people's involvement with the Temple's Junior Youth Group and FOrTY
, as well as Jewish summer camps
Questions? Contact us at (260) 744-4245 or firstname.lastname@example.org.