Epstein Hillel School (EHS) provides a rigorous interdisciplinary curriculum grounded in Judaism that provides the finest in kindergarten, elementary and middle school (K-8) education.
Our teachers recognize and challenge students’ strengths, while developing their natural curiosity to help them reach their full potential. EHS graduates are known for their academic achievements, strong Jewish identity, confidence and sound moral compass.
The K-8 model promotes community across grade levels because older students serve as role models and mentors for younger students. These cross-grade relationships are rewarding for both the younger and older students and build confidence and social skills.
Rather than being “caught in the middle,” sixth, seventh and eighth grade students are given the opportunity to develop their leadership skills in a smaller community under the mentorship of nurturing teachers who have directly experienced students’ growth and maturity over time.