What it means to be a Jewish preschool

At the JCC, children of all faiths are embraced. 

The JCC proudly teaches Jewish values — such as charity, kindness, and repairing the world. In addition, children celebrate Jewish and Israeli culture through food, song and story.  

While the JCC is not a synagogue or religious institution, it proudly celebrates Jewish culture in a fun, inclusive way.   For example, during Passover, you might find our children learning the story of the Exodus while exploring the inside of an Egyptian pyramid, and during Hanukkah you might find them spinning dreidels or collecting toys for a local charity.  

The JCC’s emphasis on Jewish values contributes to our excellent track record in preparing children for kindergarten – and life.