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Please fill out and submit the online application form below. Please fill out ALL fields of this form. Select the day you'd like to schedule a meeting with the director. Please note that meetings are for new students only.

Also, please download a pdf of our registration forms, calendar, and policy booklet by clicking here:

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Please note that one registration form per child is needed.

If you have any questions or concerns you'd like to discuss with us, please contact us. We look forward to a wonderful year of learning and growth.

Student Profile
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Hebrew Name
DOB
School
Grade Entering
Hebrew Reading Proficiency None Somewhat Well
Previous Jewish Education Yes No
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Chabad Hebrew School meets every Sunday between Sept. 22th, 2014, and June 7th, 2015, unless otherwise indicated, at 276 Turnpike Rd, Westboro, Route 9 Eastbound (upstairs from the Whiz Store and Landry's Bicycles)

 
 

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