Bader Hillel Academy embraces diversity. Our students come from a multitude of ethnic, social and economic backgrounds, and every Jewish denomination.

A fundamental lesson the Torah teaches is respect. Therefore, Bader Hillel’s welcoming approach is one of acceptance and student equality. Bader Hillel students come to know that they fit, both at school and in the world around them.

Individuality has always been among Judaism’s highest traditions. It is something to be valued and nurtured. That is why a Hillel education is far more freeing than confining.

We believe that the school—not just the synagogue—is the center of Jewish life.

It has an inordinate effect on the rest of the family and the community, starting with our students. Bader Hillel students begin with more choices than you thought, more diversity, and graduate with more opportunities than you imagined.