The 2020 Heilicher Annual Benefit is set for Thursday, March 19, 2020, and we are pleased to announce that we will be honoring Heilicher parents and community leaders Neil and Nancy Fink. We are also thrilled that their parents will serve as Honorary Co-Chairs of the event: Bruce Fink and Caren Page, Randy and Anne Klein, and Marilyn Sudit.
Heilicher Minneapolis Jewish Day School is a place for intellectual and spiritual growth. When you enroll your child at Heilicher, you instantly have a partner dedicated to providing a solid foundation for academic success, love of learning, and commitment to community. You will be proud of the person your child becomes.
The Amos and Celia Heilicher Minneapolis Jewish Day School proudly announces that Wendy Lovell-Smith and Colin Smith will serve as co-chairs of the school's endowment campaign, which is still in its early stages and will launch formally this May.
On February 8, 2019, Rose McGee of Sweet Potato Comfort Pies and Wendy Goldberg, Heilicher Assistant Director of Jewish Education, traveled to Pittsburgh to deliver homemade pies to members of the synagogues affected by the tragic shooting last October. Heilicher students and parent volunteers helped make and ship the pies and included heartfelt messages of hope with each one. Read Wendy's reflections here.
From our expert teachers to our whole-child learning philosophy, explore how Heilicher delivers on its mission to graduate life-long learners, creative thinkers, and self-assured leaders.
Kindergarten is a joyful, nurturing environment for intellectual, emotional, physical, and spiritual growth. Discover how our talented teachers, integrated curriculum, and small class environment work together to create an extraordinary kindergarten experience.Learn More in Kindergarten
Heilicher's lower elementary program embraces the innate curiosity of this age group and satisfies a quest for knowledge of the self and the world.Learn More in Lower School
Heilicher's middle school program offers an integrated general and Judaic studies curriculum with emphasis on collaboration, public speaking, and analytical skills development. Stimulating electives, small class sizes, and project-based learning come together in an environment that promotes self-advocacy, self-confidence, and care for others. Learn More in Middle School
Small class sizes and flexible student groupings allow us to tailor lessons to your child, based on his or her own learning style. We challenge students to reach for new heights, teaching academic and organizational skills that allow them to be creative problem-solvers and outstanding communicators who actively engage in their community. We strive to assure that each child feels connected and valued as they expand their knowledge and curiosity.
Heilicher students engage in curricular community service projects within and outside the school walls. It's common to see inter-generational magic with parents, grandparents, and community leaders volunteering in the school. And fun and vibrant after-school programs in the arts, academics, and athletics add an important dimension to round out student life at Heilicher. Explore the Heilicher community.