At Bi-Cultural Hebrew Academy Upper School, a key goal is for students to develop investment and ownership in their Torah learning. Because of this, providing options within Judaic studies is of the utmost importance to us. Currently, students can opt for additional Judaic courses in Advanced Talmud (currently Chullin), Practical Halacha (currently inyana d’yoma), and/or Jewish History (currently American Jewish History and Holocaust Studies).
Our Judaic studies teachers are also dedicated to supporting the growth of each and every one of our students. Because of this, as well as the importance of building personal relationships with Jewish role models, our teachers offer independent learning opportunities for students based on their desired areas of study.