Secondary Schools

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Bader Hillel High is a dual-curriculum, college prep Jewish high school, with a full general and Judaic studies curriculum. Utilizing an innovative project-based learning curriculum, students develop the cognitive skills and knowledge to succeed in college, career, and life. Our goal isn’t just to create book-smart graduates; we want our student to develop as ethical people who put their beliefs into practice.

Bader Hillel High School is an affiliate of Lubavitch of Wisconsin.

Director: Rabbi Yossi Bassman

414-914-4855 or 414-316-4775
6789 N. Green Bay Ave., Glendale, WI 53209
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Jointly sponsored program by Beth Israel Center, Temple Beth El, and Jewish Federation of Madison for students in grades 8 through 12. Offering classes in Hebrew and Jewish Studies that will strengthen Jewish identity and encourage and stimulate students’ desire to learn about their heritage. Post graduation, students may be awarded grants to continue their Jewish education through the Lawrence A. Weinstein Midrasha Incentive Award program.

 

(608) 278-1808
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TAM provides a challenging Judaic education that emphasizes Torah practice and a rigorous secular education based on Wisconsin DPI requirements. Juniors and seniors take college level courses for credit. TAM is approved by AdvancED/North Central Association.

Students participate in performances, Shabbos programs and national conventions, and each devotes 30 hours per year to community needs. Seniors receive specialty classes in areas such as building relationships, glass blowing, nutrition and career planning.

Principal: Sora Rauch
President: Nathaniel Hoffman

414-352-6789
414-352-6646
6800 N. Green Bay Ave., Glendale, WI 53209
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WITS offers its students a rich, invigorating academic program set in a nurturing, warm environment, stressing personal growth and individual success.  Due to WITS’ national reputation, local students are afforded the opportunity of engaging a diverse population of like-minded students from across the country.  The boarding school component promotes accelerated academic progress, social skills development, and community involvement.  Underlying every program and activity is the conviction that ethical and moral values are fundamental to a student’s spiritual development.  WITS is comprised of a high school and post-high school program.

Deans: Rabbi Yehuda Cheplowitz, Rabbi Avrohom Boruch Rauch
Director of Development: Rabbi Dovid Brafman
President: Alan Borsuk
Chairman of the Board: David Hartman

414-963-9317
3288 N. Lake Dr., Milwaukee, WI 53211