About This School
In 2010, Chabad Hebrew Academy had 10 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The California average is 24 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
Students Per Teacher (2010)
Chabad Hebrew Academy Reviews
We brought our 3 kids over to CHA from the local public schools 2 years ago. It is a breath of fresh air. In short, our kids love going to school. Even our middle schooler. The teachers are awesome and take every moment as a gift to educate our kids. The school really does put in the extra resources that make a private education worth every penny. Most importantly there are no cliques and brattiness associated with other private schools that we checked out and have friends at. Teachers and the staff are happy to be there.
A truly amazing teaching staff with a tremendous amount of support staff and resources. My child is constantly being challenged. This school does not talk about differentiation they DO differentiation for each child! And they care. From the principal greeting each child in the morning and afternoon to the personal calls and visits from my kids teacher.
The CHA Preschool has the perfect balance between its montessori based academic/developmental program and a LOVING, CARING environment for kids. It is so difficult to find preschools that are very strong in both as most academic/developmental oriented preschools think that preschool should look like a science research institute or prison.
The campus and facilities are stunning! The enrichment and personal attention with very low student to teacher ratio is far below the legal limits.
This is a place where I feel very confident to leave my children in great hands every day.
As a parent of a current 3rd grader and recent alumni I am very grateful to CHA. Most importantly my kids enjoy their schooling (not a genetic tendency), adore their teachers and have received a very well rounded and balanced start in life.
This is an excellent school with great leadership and vision.
Washington Virtual Academies
Tuition-free online school for Washington students.