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Youth Education

2024-2025 Youth Education

Beth Am Youth Education registration for the 2024-2025 school year is now open!

We're so excited for another great year of programming at Beth Am! Our programs continue to focus on community, accessibility, relationship-building, deep and engaging content, and offering multiple entry points for different family and student needs.

Learn more about our programming this year:

Parent Resources for 2024-2025
PreK-5th Grade Programs
Youth Hebrew Learning
6th-7th Grade Programs
B'nei Mitzvah Preparation
8th-12th Grade Programs
Inclusion in Youth Education
Tuition & Support Our Youth
2022 Youth Ed Report and Survey Summary

To find resources that provide more information about this year's Youth Education programming and to register, please visit our Youth Education Registration Page

To learn more about our programs, please contact:

Inclusion In Youth Education:
Beth Am's Youth Education strives to be a community where each child feels safe, welcomed and valued. For children who might need accommodations, our educators, together with our Inclusion Specialist, work with parents, students and teachers to make sure that each child has the tools they need to be successful. If you would like to speak with someone to learn more about inclusion, please contact inclusion@betham.org.

Your tuition fees only cover only approximately 50% of the actual costs to run our youth education. The remaining portion is subsidized by memberships, grants and donations. Your donations to any of the special funds below help ensure that we can offer a Jewish education to all our children regardless of their family’s financial situation. Thank you for your generosity.

The Ann and Arnold Redmund Scholarship Fund for Membership and Education provides financial assistance for Beth Am membership and educational opportunities.

Youth Education, Camp and Israel Scholarship Fund provides needs-based scholarships for Beth Am youth to participate in formal and informal youth education, including classes, camp and trips to Israel.

The Anida Hamburg Fund for Youth Programs benefits children enrolled in Beth Am’s youth education through programs and activities.

The Education Endowment Fund supports the general operations of Beth Am education programs.

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