Academics: Provides a robust curriculum in computer science, the humanities, mathematics, sciences, visual and performing arts, and world languages. Supportive Environment: Students enjoy a healthy balance of study, reflection, and social interaction. Six weekly open blocks, during which students can study and complete homework, socialize, meet with teachers or recharge. Rich Traditions: A Jewish high school, looking to Jewish history and the Jewish tradition as a source of wisdom and values. Believing that the encounter with 3,000 years of Jewish civilization will help prepare graduates for the world beyond high school.
School welcomes students from all backgrounds and understands that the Jewish tradition offers universal lessons for both teenagers and parents looking for a compass to help navigate the 21st century. Jewish studies curriculum provides students an opportunity to develop tools for their own identity construction: to figure out who they are and who they want to be.
Silicon Valley Mindset: Groundbreaking Laboratory for Engineering Arts. The student makerspace supports a hands-on learning experience for students in computer science and art programs. Four-year computer science curriculum focuses on coding with modern software development tools, fabrication, creativity and problem solving. At the end of their final year, seniors participate in Senior Internship Projects (SIPs), designed to give students a chance to apply their in-school learning to real world internships and service-learning projects.