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R School

Rodef Shalom's religious school, takes the traditional Jewish education model to a new place where social action, Shabbat and holiday celebration, Jewish history and Israel, family education, and Rodef Shalom intergenerational community building are top priority. By creating experiential learning opportunities, all participants are engaged in an amazing Jewish journey.

Our 2022–2023 Schedule Follows

Kindergarten–5th Grade

  • Wednesday weekly 4:30–6:00 p.m.
  • Shabbat 2x per month: 1st and 3rd Saturday, 10:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.

Grades 6–7

  • Wednesday weekly 4:30–6:00 p.m.
  • Shabbat 2x per month: 1st Saturday, 10:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m. and 3rd Saturday, 10:00 a.m.–1:00 p.m. (services and  Rabbi Kobrin)

Optional Hebrew

  • Grades 3–6 zoom, weekly 1:1 for 20 minutes with Hebrew specialist (extra charge)

Grades 8–12

  • Saturdays in-person: 2x per month Shabbat Chavurah during Shabbat services
  • Youth group programming and conventions

Confirmation Grades 9–12

  • Confirmation informational  meeting Wednesday, August 24th, 7:00 p.m.
  • Participation in grades 8–12 programming
  • Schedules meetings based on info from August 24th meeting
  • Confirmation May (near Shavuot) as part of Celebration of Learning

Special Programs

  • The Case of the Accidental Killer: grades 9–12, 6 sessions (dinner included) from 6:30–8:45 p.m.

Registration Fees & Tuition Rates

Registration Fees

  • $100 per student

CRS Member Tuition Rates

  • Grades K–7  $725
  • Grades 6 & 7 B'nai Miztvah, Enrolled in Day School  $300
  • Grades 8–12  $300

Non–Member Tuition Rates

  • Grades K–7  $875
  • Grades 8–12  $350

Special Programs (no registration fee)

  • Grades 9–12  $120

To register for R School or Special Programs, please use the sidebar link in the "Forms" section.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I have to be a member?

No! We welcome both members and non-members. Day School families don't feel left out! We would love to have your child in our program. Our curriculum enhances a Day School education as well as deepens connections between peers. If your child is not attending our Shabbat and Wednesday classes you are able to sign up for our family programs.

What ages is it for?

Kindergarten through 12th grade

Are there parent learning opportunities?

Yes! We have many opportunities for parent learning both with and without their children. 

What is mandatory and what is optional?

We feel that all aspects of our program are essential, but we also understand that every family has a very busy schedule and cannot be at every program. If you have questions about your specific schedule needs, please speak with Rabbi Carrie.

If my child goes to day school, can we still participate?

Absolutely! Our program is geared to enhance a Day School education and strengthen bonds in our community.  We especially encourage all families to participate in holiday events, social action programs, and Shabbat programming.



Contact Us

Rabbi Carrie Benveniste
Director of Congregational Learning
Email Rabbi Carrie for more details.


"The quality of attention our son gets, not only due to the small class size, but to the terrific teachers, allows for extensive learning disguised as play."

- A.O.




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