We Are Berman

A Modern Orthodox
Preschool-12th grade community.

Why Berman

Berman Hebrew Academy exists to serve the unique educational needs of the Modern Orthodox community of the Greater Washington D.C. area. From our inception, we have made an unwavering commitment to providing the very best in general and Judaic studies.

We intentionally develop students with a sense of religious purpose, personal growth, and self-actualization. We continue to build on the areas of academic excellence, religious commitment, and character development for each of our students, enabling them to succeed in a 21st century world.

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Latest News

פרשת ראה – August 14-15, 2020

August 14, 2020

Printer Friendly Version Times listed are for the Greater Washington D.C. Area. Candle lighting:         7:45 pm Shabbat ends:           8:45 pm Reminder: Rosh Chodesh Elul is Thursday-Friday. We begin blowing the Shofar on Friday to remind us that Rosh Hashanah is approaching.   Family Learning Questions from…

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Return to Campus Update

August 3, 2020

Dear Berman Community,  Over the past two months, our administrative team has been planning our safe return to campus for all of our students and faculty. On July 24, we presented our Shuva B’Shalva Blueprint, a comprehensive plan on our safe return to campus that was guided by our work with our medical task force…

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Shuva B’Shalva Blueprint

July 29, 2020

Dear Berman Community, We hope your summer continues to be relaxing and enjoyable. This week, our administrative team met to discuss our educational models and Shuva B’Shalva for the fall. While there are still five more weeks before the first day of school, we wanted to offer an overview of what the beginning of our school year…

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Shuva B’Shalva Update

July 17, 2020

The summer of 2020 continues to offer us experiences that are far from typical. With the cancellation of many camps and summer programs, we are all working to find routines for our children. Naturally, we are all looking forward and committed to a fall return to school and hoping for a sense of normalcy and consistency.

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