Spiegel Religious School

BethElRS-BannerOur school approaches cutting edge Hebrew education in a joyful, loving way.   Our engaging and exciting two-day curriculum connects our students with their faith through a focus on multi-sensory learning. All interfaith families are embraced, and special needs programming is available.

Register For Religious School

  1. Online Registration for Religious School (PreK – 7th grades)
  2. Medical Form (you only need to complete the Medical Form if you have indicated on your registration form that your child has a serious medical condition, asthma, or allergies)


Work/Volunteer Hours for H.S. Students

9-12 Graders… Get Paid or Receive Volunteer Hours through our Madrichim Program!


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rs_kids“I like that my children enjoy going to Beth El, whether for religious school or services, and truly feel at home there. It is helping to create a real sense of Jewish identity and a love for being part of a greater Jewish community.”





“The Hands-On Judaism program and the interaction and warm environment are the things I like most about our school.”





“What I like about the religious school is that Rabbi Amy greets the children at the door on Sunday mornings. I enjoy how Rabbi Alex teaches the kids about Jewish holidays but keeps things relevant to the children’s ages.”






Join the School

Ready to enroll for classes? Ready to benefit from our trusted staff’s instruction, making sure that your children grow up with a strong set of values, a firm foundation of knowledge, and a clear sense of community?

Recent blog posts

Jenna’s Squad Gets Crafty

Jenna’s Squad got crafty this month!  First they decorated triangle-shaped Rice Krispie Treats for a gluten-free mishloach manot treat (see directions below.)  Then they decorated masks with feathers and gems.   This 7th grade group of girls is all ready for Purim! Ingredients Homemade Rice Krispie Treats cut into triangles Lollipop sticks 15 oz bar of…

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Pareve Hamantaschen Recipe

In Bshul our students learn the basics about kashrut.  Foods such as vegetables, fruit, grains, nuts and fish are considered pareve or neutral.  When baking sweets for a chicken Dinner on Shabbat, margarine or oil is used to keep dairy and meat separate.  My friend Ilene uses Crisco for baking, insisting it makes her pareve…

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Spiegel Religious School Update

Our kids have been busy participating in many fun programs and events! On February 4, our Chaverim students participated in the annual World Wide Wrap. Synagogues from all over the world take part in this one-time-a-year-event, held on Super Bowl Sunday. Rabbi Alex taught students and parents how to put on tefillin, and students had…

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