There are only 2(!) weeks until our HSJS Faculty kick off orientation meeting; I don’t want to have to tell our fabulous faculty that we might need to cancel their class this fall due to low enrollment. It’s August—school is starting soon—PLEASE take care of this today—you know you want your high schooler to be a part of the inspiring, engaging, enlightening community that is the Louisville High School of Jewish Studies. Check out the amazing variety of courses we’ll be offering next year: Aspiring Artist? Let your creative juices flow in our new animation class. Budding litigator? Join our dynamic Moot Beit Din (Jewish Mock Trial) team. The next Einstein? Learn all about Jews in Science—in short, we will have something for everyone—BUT ONLY IF YOU ENROLL!!
Thank you to those of you who’ve already gone online, seen how easy it is to register, and checked that task off your list. Don’t be thrown off if the website directs you back to the registration page—your information is coming through just fine. To register, simply go to http://www.louisvillehsjs.org/register/ to get started. If you need to register via paper and snail mail, please contact Renee Masterson at firstname.lastname@example.org for forms. We have financial aid and payment plans available, so ENROLL TODAY!!
We meet from 12:30-2:30 pm on Sundays at JFCS. Pizza will be served first thing and will be available to order as part of your registration. A reminder to new families: students who serve as madrichim/assistants at The Temple or LBSY, must attend HSJS.
Our first day of classes will be Sunday, September 10.
If you have any questions, please contact Sarah Harlan at email@example.com.