Habits for LIFE

The industrial model of education trained students to be good workers.  

Children learned in 45 minute shifts. Bells told them when to start and when to finish. At the end of learning, students demonstrated what they knew by answering questions in writing on quizzes or tests.

We do not live our lives like that.   We do not work like that.

At ADRABA, we want to nurture habits for LIFE, not habits for school.  

We want to provide opportunities for students to learn how to work and collaborate with others, manage their time, relationships and stress – and live a fulfilling, active Jewish way of life.

Most importantly, we want to inspire curiosity about the world and our place in it.