Transitioning to Prozdor

Transitioning To ProzdorProzdor, the high school of Hebrew College, is the ideal next step for continuing one’s Jewish education after graduation from Makor. We hope your family will explore the possibility of participating in this acclaimed program.

Please contact Prozdor Director Dan Brosgol with questions and inquiries.

The Basics of Prozdor

Prozdor creates a vibrant community for Jewish youth during their adolescent years.

Our academic program is rich and varied; students have the power to choose the subjects they wish to study. Traditional texts, history, Israel, philosophy, literature, Hebrew and the arts are just some areas that engage our students as they gain a genuine love of Jewish learning from our faculty.

Prozdor’s commitment to Jewish experiential education provides students with additional opportunities to connect to their peers and to Judaism beyond the classroom. Additionally, our Jewish travel experiences serve to expose our students to Jewish life all over the world.

Ultimately, Prozdor prepares students to enter their college years ready for the challenges of being a Jewish young adult in America and in the larger world.

Our Goals at Prozdor

  • Facilitate the development of student intellectual and spiritual life through the study of Torah, Israel, rabbinics, Jewish history, ethics, literature and the Jewish arts in an open environment that encourages inquiry
  • Enable students to develop and expand their proficiency in the Hebrew language
  • Provide a variety of teaching methods to promote experiential learning and critical thinking
  • Provide a nurturing environment where students may develop mentoring relationships with their teachers
  • Foster meaningful peer relationships
  • Create an environment that encourages respect for divergent opinions, where students may learn about and honor diversity in Jewish life and embrace k’lal Yisrael
  • Offer opportunities for social action and political activism through which students learn to value participating in ethical mitzvot and tikkun olam, and to understand that Judaism obligates them to “make the world a better place”
  • Strengthen students’ sense of their Jewish identities