Prozdor

Teens in the Jewish community of Boston and southern New England have been studying Judaic and Hebrew studies together at Prozdor since the 1920s graduating more than 5000 students. Today, Prozdor remains a central hub for teen learning and engagement in the Greater Boston area.

  • time 8th-12th Grade
  • location Hebrew College Campus
  • duration Academic Year
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We offer a variety of programs that allow teens to incorporate Jewish learning into their busy lives — Sunday morning learning, service learning, international travel, teen philanthropy, leadership fellowships, a gap year program in Jerusalem, and more.

Central to Prozdor’s mission are:

  • Excellence in teaching
  • A rigorous text-based curriculum
  • A wide menu of informal education experiences
  • Nurturing a committed and energized student community who own their Jewish education

Prozdor sparks genuine interest in Jewish history, Jewish arts and other academics, and it has completely restructured my worldview, intellect and identity…Generations of Prozdor students have unpacked perennial Jewish questions and have studied a wide spectrum of Jewish topics. Not every class a student takes is life changing, but every student takes a life-changing class. That, in my opinion, is the trademark of Prozdor

– Josh Nathanson p'16

Contact Us

Dan Brosgol, Director
617.559.8802
dbrosgol@hebrewcollege.edu

Leah Goldstein, Assistant Director, Prozdor
617.559.8803
lgoldstein@hebrewcollege.edu

Main Branch

Hebrew College
Sundays, 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

Attendance Line

617.559.8803
Please call the attendance line if your child will be absent

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