Chayolei Tzivos Hashem is an international program that encourages and rewards children to grow in their Yiddishkeit (Jewish observance) and Chassidishkeit. Tzivos Hashem is headquartered in New York and schools all over the world serve as “bases”. Lubavitch Hebrew Academy is one of the largest and most active bases, headed by Morah Margie! The program is for students in first through sixth grade.
“CTH @ LHA” is sponsored by the Schurder Family! We would like to thank Rabbi Mendy & Leah Schurder and wish them much blessing. Tzivos Hashem HQ has raised the price for registration to $55 per child, with an early bird discount of $50. With the subsidy we can offer families the following special prices until Wednesday Sep. 11th Yud-Aleph Elul.
1st Child: $45
2nd Child: $35
3rd Child: $25
4th Child: $15
We encourage all parents to register their child(ren) as soon as possible! We have a lot of new and exciting things planned for this year and we don’t want your child to miss out!! Again, these subsidized prices will only last until Wednesday September 11th Yud-Aleph Elul. Any registrations received after that date will cost the full $50 per child.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Morah Margie by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or at the school office @ 954-978-6341.
The vision of Bnos Chabad is to create a learning environment that promotes traditional, chassidic values through modern methods and technique. Bnos Menachem, refers to the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson, who spoke with great emphasis on the urgency to educate young women, for ultimately they determine the course for the next generation. LHA is a tribute to the Rebbe’s leadership. Limited class size, attention to detail and enveloping concern for every individual, allow Bnos Chabad to champion each student to cultivate her talents and recognize her own potential.
Hatomim was the first Hasidic publication to publish a photograph of a Hasidic Rebbe. The first was a portrait-photograph of Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak Schneersohn, the sixth Chabad Rebbe. It was published in a 1936 edition, marking the Rebbe’s liberation from Soviet imprisonment. We explore this text in the Hatomim Program and understand the meanings the Rebbe teaches us in a variety of multi-faceted activities.
The LHA Athletic Program offers the opportunity for girls and boys to participate in team sports. Students are led by skilled coaches and expected to fully participate in all practices and games. We emphasize the values of dedication and teamwork within the framework of Torah values. Boasting close to 100% participation, the success of these programs is due to the rigor and care that is taken in the planning of the season, the preparation for contests and team-building.
After School Activities
Within the After School Activities department at the LHA, we see ourselves as facilitators of each child’s development. It is our mission to provide a safe, structured and nurturing environment that encourages responsible behavior, respect for others and a positive outlook. We seek to develop a positive after school experience for your child so that they can better their future. Even when children are not in school, it is important to continue developing social, emotional, cognitive and physical skills, and promote character building. to find out more about which after school activities we’re offering, send us a quick message!