Southern Connecticut Hebrew Academy has lovingly educated Jewish children for over 65 years. More than 3,500 children have spent their formative years in our classrooms and we take great pride in the accomplishments they have made throughout the world.
Staying true to our mission, we never turn down a child for lack of funds. Hundreds of thousands of dollars in financial aid are needed each year. We invite you to partner with us in providing children with the first rate education they deserve.
Thank you for your generous support.
Rabbi Sheya Hecht
Head of School
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What What is TLC's Dress Code?
TLC Classical Academy Prep uniform Polos will be sold at school. Students may wear solid Navy or Khaki shorts or pants. Same colors Skort for the girls. As for shoes, the students wear black moccasins, penny loafers, velcro shoes, or black Maryjanes for the girls. The Boys must wear a black belt. Solid White socks for all students. A Navy sweater (without hoodie) may be worn for all students.
Should my child bring anything else?
They need to bring their backpack with their required school materials, a sweater, and lunchbox if needed.
How many students per class?
We will never have more than 15 students per class. Individualized attention and success for all is our main goal.
What's for lunch?
We are working with Exquisite Catering by Robert, to have hot lunch catered everyday. The cost is $4.75 per student per day.
What would be the best way to communicate to the school/teachers?
The Class Dojo App will be the best way to communicate and is accessible 24/7.
What security measures are in place?
There is only one entrance to the school and we will have an electric gate which will only open from the inside.
How do I make a tuition payment?
The entire Southern Connecticut Hebrew Academy family – students, parents, faculty, and staff – thank you in advance for partnering with us to provide students with the outstanding education we have given to so many others. In so doing, you are ensuring the future of Judaism.