Integration of Jewish & General Studies

Why Dual Curriculum?

The Brandeis School’s unique dual curricular academic approach, integrated with technology and the arts, affords Brandeis students a competitive edge here and in their future education.

At The Brandeis School, we teach in two languages: English and Hebrew.  In addition to providing children a sense of cultural pluralism, it is documented that learning a second language and widening their world view has many cognitive and academic benefits like strengthening their communication skills, enabling them to learn subsequent languages more quickly and enhancing their cognitive adaptability.

Our students learn Hebrew and a love for Israel from the time they are in Nursery School. They live Hebrew as the language is intertwined into activities and curricula throughout the day at each grade level.