An exceptional place for your baby to thrive and grow
An engaging world where toddlers learn and explore
Where curious children become inspired and ready for school
Preparing children for success in kindergarten and beyond
We’re excited you’re here! In fully exploring topics of relevance to them, learning through imaginative play, and expressing themselves through a variety of media, children emerge from this program with strong foundations that are critical to their ongoing personal and academic development. Look through the Kehillah School foundation below.
Our activities encourage children’s social skills and provide lots of opportunities to develop positive relationships.
Story time, quiet reading, and conversations introduce children to language, literacy, and books.
We find creative ways to teach mathematical concepts and to help children learn all the important basics. Exciting activities like experiments and observations help to spark children’s curiosity about science.
Caring for living things, exploring our environment, and learning about differences help children discover the world around them.
Putting safety first, participating in physical activities and games, and making nutritious food choices inspire healthy habits for life.
Interesting materials and lots of different tools and techniques help children express themselves creatively.
Parents and Caregivers of Kehillah (PACK) is a committee dedicated to, and open for, all Kehillah families.
The Kehillah School’s comprehensive program offers both partial and full-day education throughout the calendar year for children from 6 weeks to 6 years of age.
The health and well-being of our families and staff are our highest priorities. In the interest of limiting the opportunity for transmission to our vulnerable community, we are taking the following precautionary measures:
Marie Masseo had been honored to serve our community as Assistant Director, and now is moving into her new role as Kehillah School for Early Learning Director! She has been an Early Childhood educator for over 35 years, earning a Bachelor in Communication Arts in 1985 from The College of New Rochelle and Masters in Early Childhood Education from CNR in 1992.