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New Digs!

0316hebrewdayschoolkidIrvine Hebrew Day School is relocating to its new home on the fully renovated Temple Beth Shalom campus! Situated on five-acres including playgrounds, open fields and gardens for organic planting and meditation,  students will enjoy both the open play spaces for outdoor exploration as well as the spacious classrooms designed for state of the art, progressive learning.

Irvine Hebrew Day School values and celebrates diversity, and is honored to join a campus that shares those values. Most importantly, IHDS teaches children the language of celebrating diversity; showing them how to rejoice in that which unites us, and enjoy the process of exploring our differences. In teaching the language of mutual respect, we are creating a united Jewish future.

IHDS is committed to inquiry-based and experiential learning in all subjects, using the most proven and reputable curricula to investigate, think analytically and discover. It fosters Jewish creativity and self-expression through our innovative music program, supported by a JFFS grant and a generous private donation, which blends spiritual exploration with best practices in music education. IHDS has also designed a unique multi-modal arts program supported in part by a JCF grant, which explores Jewish themes in a variety of creative art forms.

Our contemporary Jewish education is one that achieves spiritual growth through Jewish literacy, questioning, active engagement, personal connection and meaningful discussion. Achieving fluency in both Hebrew language and Jewish studies sets the foundation for a lifetime of spiritual fulfillment, Jewish connection and continuity.

Students from south Orange County and Irvine will have access to a shuttle to and from the Beth Jacob/Samson Family Campus. We look forward to welcoming the community to an open house on our new campus in the very near future.

To learn more about IHDS visit our website at www.irvinehebrewday.org.


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