Education Organizations

GoJewish! is an outreach initiative aimed at increasing awareness and participation in Jewish education. If you and your family are looking to explore the next options for your child’s Jewish education, GoJewish! can connect you with all the Jewish informal and formal education opportunities that your Milwaukee Jewish community has to offer – from Jewish day schools to summer camps to youth groups and more! GoJewish! is an online resource, blog, and consultation service for all of your family’s Jewish education needs. Visit GoJewishMKE.com

GoJewish! is a program of the Milwaukee Jewish Federation.

Contact: Anna Goldstein, AnnaG@MilwaukeeJewish.org

(414) 390-5733
(414) 390-5782
1360 N. Prospect Ave. Milwaukee, WI 53202

Nicolet High School is the only public high school in Wisconsin and one of a handful of public schools throughout the U.S. to offer modern Hebrew as a foreign language option. A full five-year program is offered to students.

In addition to the Hebrew language, students study the culture, history and geography of Israel. Small classes and individualized instruction help students advance in the acquisition of language skills, and all experience levels are welcome.

414-351-1700
414-351-7526
6701 N. Jean Nicolet Rd., Glendale, WI 53217

Ohr HaTorah Jewish Heritage Center is a great resource for those interested in engaging in an exciting Jewish learning experience.

We offer a broad array of classes, seminars, study groups and retreats covering Jewish topics from A-Z, Partners in Torah, Milwaukee Institute for Jewish Ethics, Hebrew classes, Teen Education Programs and much more.

Director: Rabbi Akiva Freilich

414-228-8930
414-228-8933
7020 N. Green Bay Ave., Glendale, WI 53209

The Sam and Helen Stahl Center for Jewish Studies actively fosters an intellectual community among faculty and academic staff at UWM and nearby colleges and universities, and among our students. The expertise of Jewish Studies faculty covers a broad range, with particular strengths in modern history, literature, and culture, especially in Europe and North America. UWM students hold Jewish Studies faculty in high regard for their stimulating and challenging courses, and their engagement with and mentoring of each individual student.

Director: Joel Berkowitz

414-229-6121
414-229-5499
3367 North Downer Avenue, Greene Museum, Milwaukee, WI 53211