The Tucson Hebrew Academy welcomes applications for Lower School (K-4) and Middle School (5-8) students year-round. One visit to our school reveals how your child can benefit from teachers who creatively nurture intellectual curiosity and inspire social responsibility. Personal attention, small class sizes, and integrated learning help your child achieve academic success, gain self confidence, and develop pride in his or her Jewish and American identity. In addition to a rigorous general and Hebrew/Judaic studies program, your child will receive access to enriching specialty classes such as art, music, and drama—offered to help all students to find their passion and reach their highest potential. The Day School quickly becomes a school and a community for your whole family. When you volunteer in our active Parent/Teacher/Student Organization and attend all-school gatherings, you become an active participant in your child’s school life.
The Day School quickly becomes a school and a community for your whole family. When you volunteer in our active Parent/Teacher/Student Organization and attend all-school gatherings, you become an active participant in your child’s school life.
Our well-rounded program is enhanced by spacious, well-equipped classrooms, areas designed for small group work, technology and science labs, a Beit Midrash (sanctuary), art studio, and a spacious outdoor recreational area.
As a community day school, THA welcomes students from across the spectrum of Jewish practice, valuing pluralism in an egalitarian setting. The school will encourage your child to treasure rituals and respect the wide range of ways people choose to observe and practice religion.
The Tucson Hebrew Academy admits students of any race, color, and national origin to all the rights and privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the Tucson Hebrew Academy. Families choose THA because they seek a challenging and supportive environment for their children. An integrated curriculum guides students toward academic excellence, strong critical thinking skills, and pride in their Jewish heritage. No prior Hebrew language experience is required.
Please visit us at a Prospective Parent Open House and/or at a private meeting and tour! To gain additional information, or to schedule an appointment, please contact me at 520-529-3888 x111 or click here to schedule a tour online.
I look forward to meeting you and your child,
Director of Admissions