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Latest Information

  • Registration is now open! Registration for the 2018-2019 School Year is now open. See you for our first day of school on Sunday, September 23 at Wise Temple. Special start time of 1PM.

Welcome to the 2018-2019 Kulanu School Year. We are excited to welcome you back to classes starting Sunday, September 23. Our first two sessions will meet at Wise Temple and will have a special start time: 12:30 for lunch with classes 1-2:40PM.

Click here to RSVP for lunch on September 23

Click hereto RSVP for lunch on September 30

If you have any questions, please contact school.kulanu@gmail.com

Registration Info

Registration will open on August 18th. The website will be updated soon with the 2018-19 course offerings. Check your email August 18 for registration information and information about our new travel opportunity. 

9th & 10th grade students will participate in core curriculum during 1st Bell and then electives 2nd Bell. Read about 9th & 10th grade electives here.

11th & 12th grade students will participate in electives during 1st Bell and then core curriculum 2nd Bell. Read about 11th & 12th grade electives here.

Register Now:

To register, click your grade appropriate button and follow the instructions to fill out the form.

Important information about registration is below. Please read through completely!

  • Choose carefully!  Changes in your assigned elective are made at the discretion Kulanu staff and not guaranteed.
  • No changes in your assigned elective will be made after the second week of classes.
  • Select your top three choices.  The three choices MUST all be different.  
  • Second semester begins Sunday, January 28th at Valley Temple. Students will be notified of their assigned elective that evening.

 

 

 

 

 
 

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"Jewish spirituality is an approach to life in which we strive to become aware of God's presence and purpose in everything."

-Rabbi Micah Greenstein