Yeshivat He’Atid provides a variety of enriching programming which allows our students to learn and explore beyond the classroom.
Each week, students participate in enriching “specials” such as; Physical Education (2x per week), Music Class (1x per week) and Fine Arts Education (1x per week).
The Yeshivat He’Atid Physical Education program (PE) instills within our students the importance of exercising, sportsmanship, teamwork, and self- discipline.
Improving Physical Fitness
Strengthen Peer Relationships
The Yeshivat He’Atid music program is led by the very talented Morah Stacy. During their time with Morah Stacy, students delve into the many fundamental areas of music, such as; melody, use of instruments, harmonies, tone, rhythm, recognizing sounds, and group/ individual singing.
Our Musical Education classes create a fun and creative learning environment where students can join together to learn new songs, cultivate skills, and share an appreciation for music.
Art Education (Fine Arts): Grades 1-3
Yeshivat He’Atid’s art program is not your average “arts and crafts” curriculum. Yeshivat He’Atid’s Fine Arts program is utilized to embrace a student’s creativity, ingenuity and inspiration. This program will expose students to the masters of art and the many different movements, mediums and styles they have created throughout history.
Each Fine Arts class is divided into 3 sections:
Education: A media and/or oral presentation is given by the instructor regarding the day’s topic.
This presentation will include; descriptions/ examples of the particular art form, artists who represent that art form and the history behind it.
Exploration: Students are encouraged to have a discussion about the art form together. What they see, what they like, what they don’t like, etc. The instructor will then review techniques, ideas, and guidelines to assist the students in undertaking their art projects.
Application: The students are given the opportunity to explore the art topic of the day by using the skills they have learned from the class to create their own masterpiece. Students will focus on accurately representing the form on paper by mastering a variety of media.
The student’s art work is collected weekly.
At the end of the year, each student will have their own art portfolio to take home. These portfolios will represent the student’s inspiration, creativity, technical development and progress throughout the year.