Meyer Prep uses an immersion program. The spiral curriculum is taught by native Israelis. Hebrew is taught primarily in Hebrew. Like
every aspect of our curriculum, Hebrew is learner-centered, focusing on your child’s natural learning style. Developing the capacity to learn
Hebrew language structures enables your child to learn other world languages more readily.
The Hebrew online program for middle school students, iHebrew, focuses on acquisition of high-level spoken skills and required language
skills, including reading, writing and comprehension. Beginning with the class of 2017, our rigorous IB middle school Hebrew curriculum language acquisition will translate into high school credit for a second language for up to two years, Hebrew I for the 7th grade year and Hebrew II for the 8th grade year.
Kindergarten Hebrew lessons open your child’s mind and heart to their Jewish identity. It is here that the foundation is laid for all future
Hebrew study and application.
In Kindergarten, the elementary and upper schools, Hebrew language is taught using a multi-modal approach. Simply put, the more ways
your child learns Hebrew the more it will be retained and applied. Hebrew is taught as both a modern, living language and a historic language.