At Rimon Noar 7th – 12th graders find an environment to express themselves and be themselves within a supportive, diverse, and independent thinking community. The bonds of friendship that are created last well beyond the high school years.
Teens want to know how their learning is relevant to their lives as American Jewish teens. Rimon Noar is inspired and designed by our students. The paths of inquiry and learning pivot each semester based on student interest and input. By involving them in experiences that allow them to put their learning into action, they understand that Judaism has much to say about their lives and world issues
Our teens will have the opportunity to choose their course of study based on their interests and passions. Through their study, they will have the opportunity to put their learning into action in multiple of ways and will see how they have the power to make a difference in their own community and in the world.
Here is a just a sampling of student-inspired study:
- Human Behavior and the Holocaust
- Modern Israel
- Mural Arts
- The Israeli Palate
- Social Justice
- Judaism and Leading Into the Future
- American Law vs. Israeli Law
- …and more!
Rimon Noar meets on Monday evenings 7:00 – 8:30. Teens have the option of arriving at 6:30 to spend time with their friends and to enjoy Pizza sold by our youth group.