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The Denver Campus for Jewish Education

 

Herzl / RMHA at the Denver Campus for Jewish Education Kindergarten - 12th grade coeducational community Day School.
Mission Statement

The Denver Campus for Jewish Education is a center of learning anchored by our K-12 community day school.

Our mission is to ensure a Jewish future by challenging minds and nurturing souls with a focus on academic excellence and Jewish learning.

School type: Private

Pluralistic

Direction: The Denver Campus for Jewish Education

 

Philip B. Kalin, President/CEO
The Denver Campus for Jewish Education
2450 South Wabash Street
Denver, CO 80231
Phone: 303-369-0663
Fax: 303-369-0664
Business Office, The Denver Campus for Jewish Education
2450 South Wabash Street
Denver, CO 80231
Phone: 303 369-0663
Fax: 303 369-0664
 
What are the student teacher ratios in Herzl / RMHA?
  • Herzl / RMHA : 8 to 1
    Average class size is 15
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Note: There are no longer separate schools named Herzl or Rocky Mountain Hebrew Academy, just one K-12 school called Herzl/RMHA at the Denver Campus for Jewish Education
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A Home For G-d What does it mean to make our world a home for G-d? A basic tenet of our faith is that "the entire world is filled with His presence" and "there is no place void of Him." So it's not that we have to bring G-d into the material world -- He is already there. But G-d can be in the world without being at home in it.  Being "at home" means being in a place that is receptive to your presence, a place devoted to serving your needs and desires. It means being in a place where you are your true, private self, as opposed to the public self you assume in other environments.
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Ostensibly, you haven't "done" anything. But in essence, a most profound and radical transformation has taken place. The person has become a vessel for G-dliness. Of course, the purpose of a vessel is that it be filled with content; the purpose of a home is that it be inhabited. The Sanctuary was built to house the presence of G-d. But it is the making of vessels for G-dliness that is life's greatest challenge and its most revolutionary achievement. Based on the teachings of the Lubavitcher Rebbe