10th Grade/ Confirmation: What You Need to Know
1 day per week: Wednesdays 6-8pm
Confirmation is a process through which our students affirm their commitment to be active members of the adult Jewish community. Students explore deep, meaningful, and sometimes controversial topics and issues which teens face in their lives through a Jewish lens.
The Confirmation class experience includes a 4-day trip to Washington, D.C. (additional fee), where students will learn how to advocate for relevant changes in the world, and are given the unique opportunity to speak with members of the U.S. Congress about important issues such as poverty, hunger, violence, disabilities, race relations, equality, and religious freedoms.
Parents and students are expected to participate in the special confirmation ceremony at the end of the school year to honor our students who complete this program.
*Tuition does not include fees for the DC trip, Consecration Dinner & Confirmation Photos.