6th Grade through 8th Grade
Our Middle School offers a rigorous academic program in conjunction with a strong focus on social emotional development. Our small student to teacher ratio allows for personalized attention geared to set each child up for success. Our curricula focus on skill building and higher order thinking
We offer honors level courses for mathematics, English/ Language Arts and Hebrew Language. A student’s full course load includes, ELA, Math, Science, Social Studies, Hebrew, Chumash, Navi and Oral Law.
In addition to physical education, students have the choice of a wide array of electives that change each trimester. Some popular electives are art, martial arts, cooking, and yearbook. There are also after school athletics including basketball, volleyball and soccer. We have a strong student council that designs engaging programs and opportunities throughout the school year.
Middle school students are each a part of an advisory, which becomes their home away from home. The advisor forms strong bonds with each of the students and is there to support them. During advisory, students work on organization, cyber safety, building community and other topics that impact adolescent life.
Our students learn to be independent and responsible members of their community.
We have several memorable experiences including a school Shabbaton, Latke Wars, Color War, and overnight trips culminating with our annual 8th Grade Israel Experience.
Sept 17 — Our week has been filled with countless meaningful activities to help your students learn and prepare for a sweet new year. Rabbi Yoel Gitler visited our Kindergarten students to demonstrate how traditional ram horn shofars are made.
Sept 10 — Our new Fine Arts teacher, Angel Pena, is elevating the experience your students receive on a weekly basis. Leading up to Rosh Hashanah, our 5th Graders made and decorated kiln-fired clay pomegranates — a timely reminder that our kind deeds should equal the amount of seeds in a pomegranate.
Sept 3 — What an incredible second week of school. It was so special welcoming parents to the Schultz Rosenberg Campus for an informative and meaningful Back to School Night.
Aug 27 — We wanted to give each and every one of our students a tremendous yashar koach (amazing job!) for the incredible energy they brought to the Schultz Rosenberg Campus this week.
Aug 20 — Weekly update from K-8 Principals Chaya Kenigsberg and Whitney Hurwitz