Kindergarten learning


We believe selecting a school is an important decision that will affect your child's outlook, adjustment and future success both in and out of the classroom.  The Indianapolis Hebrew Congregation's Early Childhood Center is proud to offer a private kindergarten program in which students develop a strong foundation in academics, social, emotional, creative and physical skills.  Our staff works hard to help each child develop confidence, a sense of self-worth, pride and a love of learning.

The ECC curriculum is based on developmentally appropriate principle and practices.  It is carefully framed around the research based knowledge of how young children grow and learn and is both age and individually appropriate.  The curriculum framework enhances the wide range of abilities and patterns of growth and maturation that occur in children and supports the unique learning modalities reflected in the multiple intelligences of every child.  

Our program exceeds the Indiana State Standards for Kindergarten curriculum, and includes enrichment programs like yoga, music, movement, cooking, JumpBunch, and Hebrew language.  The ECC program includes flexibility by offering full day kindergarten (9-3), with an option for extended day care.  

At the Early Childhood Center, children of all faith traditions are embraced. At the foundation of our learning are the core Jewish values of Indianapolis Hebrew Congregation: Sustaining and building a progressive Jewish Community through Torah, Prayer and Repairing the World.  

For more detailed information about our Kindergarten program please refer to our Kindergarten Parent Handbook.  If you would like to schedule a tour or a classroom visit, please contact Taryn Fartouh, ECC Director, at 317-254-2186.