One of a Kind

We are the American Hebrew Academy - America's Only International Jewish College Prep Boarding School. We are a community of students, teachers, coaches, parents, administrators, and friends.

Questions? Please contact:

Mrs. Dahlia Crater
Director of Admissions

American Hebrew Academy

4334 Hobbs Road
Greensboro, NC 27410
(336) 217-7074
dcrater@americanhebrewacademy.org


Our online application

Admissions

We are now accepting applications.

At the American Hebrew Academy, we are committed to creating a one-of-a-kind community and nurturing the future Jewish leaders of the world. We seek students who are academically motivated, willing to engage in a rigorous dual curriculum, and interested in exploring their Jewish identity.

While we hope this website provides helpful information, a visit to our campus is the best way to learn about the American Hebrew Academy.

Our admissions office is here to help you at every stage in your consideration of this unique high school opportunity. We pride ourselves on the personal attention we provide to each candidate and their family. We invite you to schedule a visit or ask questions by calling us at
(336) 217-7070. The American Hebrew Academy faculty, staff and students look forward to meeting you soon. Come spend a day on campus, talk to us by phone or arrange a Skype call.

To learn more about the Academy and the Admissions process, fill out our online inquiry or contact Mrs. Dahlia Crater, Director of Admissions at dcrater@americanhebrewacademy.org or by phone at (336) 217-7073.

Thirteen heads are better than one If your idea of learning is sitting behind a desk, start thinking differently - we don't have desks at the Academy. Our students gather around fully wired "learning tables." The tear-drop shaped design makes it possible for students and teachers to put their heads together to discuss, debate, and most of all, learn.

Course Catalog

"At the Academy, there aren't any desks. Every classroom has a single learning table - a big wooden oval. We sit around it and learn from each other. You wouldn't think a piece of furniture would make a huge difference in the way you learn, but it does." -Academy Student

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