- 1. Nurturing Environment
We want our Bar/t Mitzvah program to be nurturing and caring. We strive to always be gentle, kind, considerate, patient and sensitive to our students and parents. We want to create an environment that enhances the spiritual and religious experience of Bar/t Mitzvah.
- 2. Parental Involvement:
Parental involvement is key to the success of our program and the entire Bar/t Mitzvah experience. We encourage and nurture the involvement of parents with the students.
- 3. Relationship Development:
The continuous involvement of our professional staff with student and parents affords the opportunity for relationship development. Lasting bonds are created between student, parent, rabbis, cantors and instructor(s) during the course of each student’s progress through our program.
- 4. Excellence in Preparedness.
We want our children to achieve a very high level of excellence. We want them to do the very best they can and encourage each child to participate, to the full extent of their ability. The better prepared our B’nai Mitvah – the more positive the experience.
- 5. Putting God on the Guest List
We emphasize the religious and spiritual significance of Bar/t Mitzvah. We want to connect the child to Judaism, family, Israel and the Jewish people.