Mission Statement

At Bais Menachem, students develop a deep love of learning in both secular and Judaic studies. Our dedicated teachers and warm, welcoming community help to provide a nurturing, challenging environment that encourages all students to reach their full potential, and become self- confident, responsible citizens with a strong connection to their Judaism and their community.

The students of Bais Menachem, through a well-balanced religious and secular education, will be capable of functioning emotionally, academically, socially, and spiritually as dedicated Jewish men and women in the context of American society.

We offer our students a rich understanding of their Jewish heritage by providing a comprehensive Judaic program. The Secular program and the Judaic Studies curriculum complement each other, generating a rich blend of knowledge. Additionally, we understand the importance of creating a community for our students and their parents.

We believe 

  • an effective education must include a Jewish religious component.
  • opportunities must be provided for all Jewish children to receive a Jewish education.
  • a quality program must include a caring and nurturing environment.
  • students should be taught respect for all individuals.
  • students should be prepared to become productive members of society.
  • appreciation of the process of learning will encourage students to achieve the highest level of that learning.
  • students should be aware of their civic responsibilities and current events in their community and the world.
  • it is important to celebrate what it means to be an American.
  • loyalty to Judaism and intelligent Jewishness cannot be separated from Jewish learning.
  • Jewish learning is the Torah, or Bible.
  • through professional instruction the Torah can be made accessible, in its original form, to every child.
  • to train and educate literate laymen, conversant in Jewish lore and traditions, is very important.
  • in the total education of the Jewish child.
  • in involvement with the Jewish community by promoting spiritual and ritual observances.
  • in providing the highest academic standards in both secular and Jewish studies.