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Soille Hebrew Day is a place where opportunities are almost limitless and there is a clear community sense of hard work and values. For many of our students, Hebrew Day has been a second home for most of their lives. There is an overwhelming sense of unity and pride among our student body. Our faculty, too, are committed to the greater good of our school, and devote their time and energy to the success of our students both in and outside of the classroom.

Throughout their years in elementary school at Hebrew Day, students will approach a series of milestones for which they can be proud. These life events teach children to pursue goals and overcome obstacles. They look to older, middle school students as positive role models who are able to accomplish unimaginable goals. Although it may seem like a lifetime away, they look forward to the day when they will have the opportunity to be a team captain during Lag B'Omer, or conduct research for their Science Fair project. 

As students transition into middle school, they are the leaders of our campus, charged with guiding younger students as they began their time at Soille. Middle school students have a multitude of learning experiences that take place outside of the classroom, including community service roles, but none of greater importance than the role they play as leaders here on campus. They have worked for the position, and it has not always been easy. They have proven that hard work pays off, and that mutual respect, and responsibility, the core values taught here at Hebrew Day, are key components to both personal and academic success.

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