The Midrasha Hebrew High School, founded in 1975, is jointly sponsored by Beth Israel Center, Temple Beth El, and Jewish Federation of Madison. Midrasha offers classes in Hebrew and Jewish Studies, and in elective subjects for students in grades 8 through 12, who need not be affiliated with a synagogue to enroll.
The Madison Metropolitan School District and many other area school districts grant foreign language credit for the study of Hebrew at Midrasha.
Graduating Seniors who attend Midrasha continuously from 8th grade may be eligible for the Laurence A. Weinstein Midrasha Incentive Award of up to $2,000 to continue their Jewish education following graduation.
Educate young people in the way to go,
And even when they grow old, they will not depart from it.
|2012 Graduating Class|
(Back row, L-R): David Mondschein, Ross Perkel, Zvi Cramer, Sam Mirkin, Samantha Lauhon, Johannah Hansen; (Middle row, L-R): Grace Schneck, Stefanie Ballesta, Cassie Frankel, Shoshana Rudin, Leora Baum; (Front row, L-R): Jeremy Berson, Jacob Ziemke, Jacob Carrel, Dana Joseph