* Listings with an asterisk are part of the JUF/JF partnership of agencies serving the Chicago and worldwide Jewish community.

Hillel Torah-Alana Beth Stein Pre-School *

8825 E. Prairie Road
Skokie, IL 60076
Phone: (847) 674-6533 , (847) 677-1021
Fax: (847) 674-8313
Email: margot.parnass@hilleltorah.org
Web: http://www.hilleltorah.org
Contact: Jennifer Wasserman, Early Childhood Director; Margot Parnass, Director of Admissions

A Modern Orthodox preschool with a child-centered developmental approach to education focusing on the social-emotional, physical and intellectual growth of each child. Children learn through play and open-ended activities and are given opportunities to explore the world around them, ask questions, and discover how things work. Teachers support the children with a wide range of interests and abilities as they become increasingly independent in the classroom.Our integrated approach emphasizes Torah and chesed, Israel and an Ivrit language curriculum.

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