|Shoresh Hebrew High School,
a unique Jewish studies program
for 8th – 12th grade students from diverse backgrounds
attending secular schools in the Greater Washington area,
builds a strong foundation to achieve Jewish literacy,
to become a critical thinker about our Jewish heritage,
to find a sense of shared community and destiny among all
Jews, and to meet the challenges of American Jewish life.
Shoresh offers a text-based course of Jewish study.
Shoresh meets at the JCCGW on Sunday 6-9 pm
during the school year.
|Shoresh draws students from across the Washington Jewish community:
Spring, Fabrangen, Har Shalom, Kehilat Shalom, Kemp Mill Synagogue, Kol Shalom, Ohev Shalom, Ohev Shalom Talmud
Torah, Ohr Kodesh, Renewal, Shaare Torah, Temple Beth Ami, Temple Sinai, Tifereth Israel. Shoresh welcomes students
from Camps Airy and Louise, Capital Camps, Camp Judaea, Habonim Camp Moshava, Camp Ramah, and Camp Tel
|Steve Rakitt, CEO of the Jewish Federation,
speaks to Shoresh students about the "perfect"
Jewish community: "You Can Build It, But Will
|Election Panel - Dr. Guy Ziv of American University and Dr. Daniel Zisenwine of
the Moshe Dayan Center for Middle East and African Studies at Tel-Aviv
discuss recent Israeli elections and implications on the relations with Iran and
the United States. Facilitator: Mr. Gary Simms