Registration for Youth Education 2018-19 Program Year Is Now Open | Congregation Beth Am

Registration for Youth Education 2018-19 Program Year Is Now Open

Connecting Jewish Learning and Living

Youth Education registration is open for the 2018-19 program year! Here's a snapshot of some of the exciting programming being offered in the upcoming school year:

  • Sunday Lunch & Learn for 6th-9th Graders
    Meets 2-3 Sundays Per Month, 11:45 AM - 1:15 PM

  • Shabbat Together (Shabbat B’Yachad) for families with children in Pre-K (4 years old as of 9/1/18), Kindergarten or 1st grade and their younger siblings
    Meets Saturdays, 4:00 - 6:30 PM
  • 11th-12th Grade programming information to come.

To register for all youth education programs (including Hebrew Program), you will need to gather the following information to complete the process easily:

  1. Digital photograph of your child
  2. Physician contact information
  3. Health insurance plan and group numbers
  4. Emergency contact information
  5. Basic medical information (allergies, medications, etc.)

You will need to log in to the Beth Am members’ site at If you need help or you need your login/password, please call the Beth Am office at (650) 493-4661. Once you log in, choose "Youth Education Registration" from the menu at left and follow these two easy steps for each student:

  1. Choose Program (You can change your choice later if needed, especially regarding Hebrew Program day of the week.)
  2. Update Info & Make a Payment (You can pay the $100 minimum deposit or more. You will be billed for any balance.)

Questions? Feel free to contact or (650) 493-4665 for assistance or more information. To avoid late fees, please register before:

  • Tueday, May 1 for Camp Beth Am
  • Friday, June 15 all other youth education programs

Looking forward to a wonderful year of Jewish learning and living!

Congregation Beth Am
  • 26790 Arastradero Rd., Los Altos Hills, CA 94022
  • (650) 493-4661 Contact Us

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