Monday, November 23, 2020

Open Registration

Students and families are to register for the upcoming academic year. 

Two days after area schools closed due to Covid, Hillel Academy was back online - each student received a Chromebook (our youngest received Ipdads). Our faculty offered a full-day curriculum with synchronous instruction utilizing Google Classroom and other apps. No matter what the Fall brings, we will offer our students (and parents) a full week of instruction, either in-person or online synchronously.

You are invited to visit our school and to learn more about our success! If you are interested in visiting our school, please e-mail us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call us at (607) 304-4544.

Teaching to Learning
One of the great benefits of a Hillel Academy education is the focus on learning, and not mandated exams.  Our teachers are able to customize the curriculum to focus on individual students, while challenging the entire class to strive.  Our exceptional faculty prepare our students for middle school, by encouraging them as learners -- and our students do very well when they transition from Hillel Academy. Our teachers offer a creative, non testing-centered approach to the Common Core, augmented by art, music, Judaics, and special programs. Hillel Academy classes are capped at 12 students.
 
Mrs. Sarah Macdougal, our Secular Studies Coordinator, is an exceptional educator who has been with Hillel Academy for many years.  She oversees and directs the planning, organizing, and implementation of secular education for the students, including helping our excellent faculty refresh the curriculum grade by grade.  Mrs. MacD also coordinates and integrates programming with our Judaics faculty.  We are incredibly fortunate to have assembled a top-notch faculty who are committed to continuing our well earned tradition of excellence.

From our family to yours. Mazal Tov to our graduates. A beautiful song writ. and composed and compiled by our moreh and rav, Moshe Shmaryahu.

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