Havurah's High School provides an environment in which students, with the guidance of educators David Feder and Nili Yosha, challenge, question, and appreciate their Jewish identity. Emphasis is also placed on developing lifelong friendships with other students.
The high school program strives to identify and explore what students are interested in. In prior years, through film, art, and other activities, students have explored and considered undocumented youth, the complicated politics of the Middle East, and participated in Tikkun Olam projects.
The above photo of High School students on Purim was taken by Barbara Gundle.
Havurah High meets on most Wednesday evenings during the school year, from 6:30 to 8:30 pm. Each class begins with dinner (6:30 to 7:00 pm), when students socialize together and with Havurah's middle school students. Then students have class from 7:00 to 8:30 pm. Additional social and other activities (like Tikkun Olam projects) occur on other dates.
All parents participate in facilitating the High School program. Some join Middle School parents in providing dinner on class nights, while others plan social and other activities. At times, parents are also asked to drive students to events.