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Youth Education

Kulanu is the place to meet Jewish kids from the entire community, learn about your Jewish heritage & values and explore your Jewish roots!

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Our highest priority at the Board of Jewish Education is to build Jewish identity within our teen population in a diverse and pluralistic environment of our Kulanu School of Jewish Studies. We offer a wide range of programs focusing on a myriad of topics including Jewish ethics, culture, history, spirituality, and the arts as well as fostering a lifelong connection to the Land of Israel. We are also committed to nurturing the next generation of Jewish leaders through our Leadership and Advocacy classes.

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Kulanu has permission to photograph/film my child for art, advertising, trade, or editorial purposes and to use these photographs without compensation or additional restrictions. Kulanu has my permission to use and /or edit comments from evaluation surveys for press releases or marketing materials.

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If your child has any special issues, needs or requirements (i.e., allergies, learning disabilities, medications, etc.), please explain above.
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A $100 registration fee is required at time of registration. This fee will be applied to any tuition costs.
Please contact Susan Weis at 609-822-1854 for financial assistance.