The Brooklyn Workmen’s Circle School

Our Brooklyn School Community
The Brooklyn Workmen’s Circle School joined our national school network in 2015. This vibrant community of children, families, and talented educators welcomes everyone interested in Jewish cultural learning, joyous holiday celebrations, and social justice activism.

Based in Park Slope, our Brooklyn School invites students and families to become hands-on collaborators in their education. Together, we explore and strengthen our Jewish identities through music, dance, text study, art, and much more.

Our doors are open to all families, including interfaith, LGBTQ, and single parents, as well as special needs children. If you share our vision to build a shenere un besere velt far ale (“a better and more beautiful world for all” in Yiddish), there’s a place for you here!

We meet for classes twice a month on Sunday mornings, 10am-12pm, and for the occasional holiday celebration. Our home base is at the Montessori Day School of Brooklyn 237 Park Place, Brooklyn New York 11238.

To learn more about our Brooklyn School, contact Education Coordinator and teacher Sydney Lewis at SLewis@circle.org, 404.655.9974.

Enrollment for the 2017-2018 is now open! Register here

2017-2018 Brooklyn School Calendar

Check out all that we have planned for you and your family this school year!LEARN MORE

Brooklyn Curriculum & Activism

Our curriculum integrates all aspects of Jewish culture, and our students share the Workmen’s Circle’s 100+ year commitment to activism.LEARN MORE

Brooklyn Leadership and Staff

Learn about our great educators who are passionate about Jewish culture and social justice.LEARN MORE

Our Bar/Bas Mitsve Program

The signature Workmen's Circle Bar/Bas Mitzve program is a meaningful alternative to a more traditional synagogue service.LEARN MORE

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