In 1989 several Jewish families were interested in establishing a high quality Jewish day school for their children. They approached the Samuel Scheck Hillel Community Day School in North Miami Beach about opening a branch of their school in Boca Raton. After months of hard work, their efforts paid off and in September 1989 the Samuel Scheck Hillel Community Day School of Boca Raton opened its doors with forty-two students.
Hillel Day School of Boca Raton has grown tremendously. It currently serves students in pre-kindergarten (age 2) through grade 8.
The educational program at Hillel Day School of Boca Raton is equally divided between general and Judaic studies. While Hillel subscribes to a modern Orthodox philosophy, the school is open to children affiliated with all streams of Judaism.
Early Childhood through Grade 8
We offer exciting programs for the pre-schooler through 8th grade.
Limited Sized Classes
Individualized attention ensures that each student is motivated to perform at the best of his/her ability.
Highly Qualified Faculty
Our students are guided by a dedicated team of gifted, understanding educators, all certified and licensed in their teaching areas, many holding advanced degrees.
Fully Integrated Judaic & General Studies
The educational program is devoted equally to both Judaic and General Studies, with courses integrated where appropriate.
Family Friendly Atmosphere
Our teachers and parents join together to form a team dedicated to the educating and upbringing of our students.
After School Program
A comprehensive after school enrichment program includes a variety of activities for each grade level. Students may choose from sports teams, cultural, and educational courses.
Hillel Day School of Boca Raton is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) and is affiliated with Torah Umesorah, the National Society of Hebrew Day Schools.
Through regional accreditation, faculty, students, and parents benefit by knowing that teaching conditions in accredited schools meet necessary requirements and that efforts are continuously made for school improvement.