• BBYO students participate in annual Federation fundraising.

  • Students at B'nai Shalom Day School explore on the playground.

  • Jewish students in Greensboro participate in sports through our schools and local programs.

  • Federation's Super Sunday Telethon includes volunteers of all ages.

EDUCATION

Greensboro is home to two Jewish preschools, a Jewish day school, and a Jewish college-prep day and boarding school. Greensboro also has a myriad of independent private schools catering to all ages and diversity as well as a robust public school system.

 

Temple Emanuel Religious School and Beth David Synagogue's Youth Congregational School offer many options for students to learn about Jewish culture, holidays, history, Hebrew language and Jewish identity. For more information on religious school programming, contact each congregation.

The Rosalyn Saltz and Norman Seymour Pliner Scholarship Fund

Scholarship Application Open - Deadline March 31

 

The Rosalyn Saltz and Norman Seymour Pliner Scholarship Fund provides financial assistance for post-secondary education to applicants residing in North or South Carolina.  Selected recipient(s) must demonstrate commitment and involvement in their chosen field as well as advancing Jewish women in leadership roles. For the academic year 2018-2019, one grant of $2500 will be awarded. Recipients must meet the selection criteria and demonstrate financial need.

 

To download the General Guidelines please click here.
To download the Application and Instructions please click here.

 

Rosalyn Saltz did not attend college; her family could not afford the cost. While she continued to learn independently, her lack of a university education was a lifelong regret. Her three  daughters conceived of a fund to help others achieve what their mother only dreamed of doing.

 

The Rosalyn Saltz and Norman Seymour Pliner Endowment Fund at the Jewish Foundation of Greensboro will be offering one scholarship in the amount of $2500 for the academic year 2018-2019. Eligible candidates are young adults who are residents of either North or South Carolina and are pursuing full-time post-secondary education in an accredited program. The selected recipient must be demonstrate a commitment to advancing women in leadership roles as well as in a field of their choice and be involved in Jewish life.

 

The Fund is celebrating its tenth year and has assisted eight recipients in their pursuit of college and post-college work. Applications and guidelines are available at www.shalomgreensboro.org or contact Betsy Gamburg, Director, Jewish Family Services in Greensboro, NC at 336-852-4829, ext. 225 or bgamburg@shalomgreensboro.org. Applications are due the last day of March.

 

Jewish Education Begins Locally

B’nai Shalom provides an outstanding secular and Jewish education for students (ages 1-14) in a nurturing environment where children are challenged to become inquisitive learners, critical thinkers, and confident leaders.

B’NAI SHALOM DAY SCHOOL (TODDLER THROUGH EIGHTH GRADE)

804-A WINVIEW DRIVE

(336) 855-5091

WWW.BNAI-SHALOM.ORG

The Early Childhood Engagement Center at Temple Emanuel‘s goal is to create meaningful relationships. These relationships are formed between the children, their families, the teachers, and the Jewish world.

TEMPLE EMANUEL EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION CENTER (AGES 2-5)

129 JEFFERSON ROAD

(336) 292-7899

WWW.TEGREENSBORO.ORG

America's Only Pluralistic Jewish High School

The American Hebrew Academy is an international Jewish college prep boarding and day school serving students in grades 9-12 that fosters academic excellence and strengthens Jewish identity. Students graduate thoroughly prepared for college and ready to make a meaningful impact on the world.

AMERICAN HEBREW ACADEMY

4334 HOBBS ROAD

336) 217-7000

WWW.AMERICANHEBREWACADEMY.ORG