The school is based on three principles:

1.     Love of G-d

2.     Love of Torah

3.     Love of Israel

At BHJA, we believe that portraying these values in a positive light leads students to feel a love towards Judaism and an appreciation of its practices.  Students are taught through these wisdoms respect for all individuals and the beauty of diversity within our community and the world.  



The mission of BHJA is to develop a deep love of learning for general and Judaic studies.  We arm our students with the knowledge and skills to become life-long learners by focusing on the growth of the ‘whole’ child.  Our dedicated staff provides a nurturing and caring environment which encourages all students to reach their full potential in order to succeed as responsible, self-confident citizens with astrong connection to Judaism and the community.  

The school strives to develop students who:

·      As individuals are respectful, resourceful, accomplished and resilient. 

·      As learners demonstrate intellectual curiosity, versatility, and an ability to work independently and collaboratively.

·      As leaders, are role models, acting with self-assurance, tolerance and initiative, and are able to practice and transmit Torah values to future generations.

·      As members of the community are able to engage in a full range of careers and contribute positively to the Jewish community, Israel, and society at large.