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

Jewish Family Interactive eXperience (J-FIX)

A division of the Suburban Alliance for Jewish Education (S.A.J.E.)
720 Armstrong Drive
Buffalo Grove, IL 60089
Phone: (224) 534-9613 , (773) 771-2613
Fax: (206) 208-3041
Email: jewishfix@gmail.com
Web: http://www.j-fix.org
Contact: Rabbi Shimon Zehnwirth

A family Hebrew school and bar/bat mitzvah program servicing the Northern and Western suburbs. Welcomes Jewish families from all backgrounds and instills Jewish values, Jewish identity and Jewish pride in students. A comprehensive, fun and exciting curriculum gives children a strong Jewish foundation to build upon for the future. Need-based scholarships available to qualifying families. Inspiring and informative adult education classes are offered simultaneously for parents at no charge.

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