udaism spells out, in intricate detail, how we are meant to show that love within a diverse environment.
At Brandeis Hillel Day School we aim to live by this wisdom and instill in our students, faculty and parents the importance of respect and shared values regarding kindness and inclusion.
We Reflect Our Community
As a reflection of the diversity of the Bay Area Jewish population, the Brandeis Hillel student body represents a multiplicity of backgrounds. Every family, regardless of Jewish or non-Jewish background, structure, socioeconomic circumstances or ethnicity is welcomed into the school community.
We are very proud of the fact the our community is comprised of families from all kinds of Jewish backgrounds and affiliations, interfaith and multicultural families, single parents, parents and their adopted children, as well as a wide range of socioeconomic backgrounds and family structures.
Diversity in Curriculum
Throughout the curriculum, we seek opportunities to explore diversity and for students to see their family lifestyles reflected. Whether it is the creation of a family quilt, the celebration of Martin Luther King's birthday, or a discussion of a Jewish holiday, students share their experiences and broaden their perspective of the world around them.