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Last modified: July 1, 2013, 6:55 PM
Kesher Means "Connection"
Kesher's open and inclusive environment, independent of synagogue affiliation, is home to a diverse and welcoming community of families and teachers.
In all Kesher Programs, during the school year and summer, from Preschool through 12th Grade, children learn Jewish culture and Hebrew language as an organic part of each day's explorations, in a spirited, joy-filled environment. Kesher's innovative curriculum challenges students intellectually while fostering a deep connection with the pleasures of learning, the rewards of active community participation, and the richness of the Jewish tradition. Kesher families are Secular, Orthodox, Reform, Conservative, Reconstructionist, Gay, Straight, In-married, and Interfaith.
We welcome you to visit. Attend an Open House or contact Executive Director Lee Palmer at Lee@Kesherweb.org or Head of School Rafi Esterson at Rafi@kesherweb.org or call 617.576.0830 to set up an individual appointment.