From their first day of school, our students learn to think in two languages. Because Hebrew syntax is dramatically unlike English, kids actually see language differently. They search for patterns, learn to read in a different direction and understand new symbols.
This acumen – constantly shifting thought between two very diverse languages – has astounding benefits. Children gain a distinct advantage writing code in our engineering labs. They discover breakthrough ways to convey ideas and to unlock other abstract subjects, like algebra, art and music. They view the world with extraordinary curiosity, insight and compassion.