Kehillah’s Visitor Program (also known as the “Shadow Visit”) provides prospective students with an opportunity to experience Kehillah’s program and culture firsthand.
This year’s program will take place in person and will include opportunities to spend a day with a Kehillah student, attend classes, meet teachers, and participate in experiential education. Please feel free to use the form below to begin the process of scheduling a visit.
A Note on Health and Safety: At Kehillah, the health, safety, and well-being – both physical and emotional – of students, faculty, staff, and visitors is our top priority. In support of this deep commitment to keeping our campuses as safe as possible, we will only be able to invite students who have been fully vaccinated for COVID to visit our Kehillah. Additionally, we will ask visiting students to provide evidence of a negative COVID test result from testing completed within 72 hours of their shadow visit.
On Wednesday evenings throughout the fall, we will be holding Kehillah Conversations, a series of talks on Zoom with Kehillah faculty, students, and alumni to help prospective families better understand our community. For registration information and recordings of past events, visit this page.
Admissions Open House
Prospective families are invited to come and hear from our students, faculty, and administrators about the Kehillah experience at our open house on October 17th. You will have an opportunity to hear directly from Kehillah faculty and staff about our academic program, college counseling, theater program, athletics, class trips, and extra-curricular clubs and activities. You will also have a chance to take a student-led tour of our campus and explore our science labs, Laboratory for Engineering Arts, music room and recording studio, black-box theater, and more.
Session One – 2pm to 3:30pm
This session of the open house will feature model lessons from History, Spanish, Jewish Studies, and English teachers and a panel discussion with parents of current students and alumni.
Registration information for Session One is available at this link.
Session Two – 4:00pm to 5:30pm
This session of the open house will feature model lessons from Science, Math, Engineering Arts, and Hebrew teachers and a panel discussion with current students.
Registration information for Session Two is available at this link.
In order to accommodate as many families as possible, please plan on attending just one of the two sessions.