Hebrew Collegiate Institute (HCI)
The Hebrew Collegiate Institute (HCI) is a secular Jewish education class for high school students in grades 9-12 with Judaism as part of their lives.
Dedicated teachers lead interactive lessons and discussions on topics relevant to today’s generation of students in Windsor, Canada, Israel, and around the world. Classes take place Wednesday nights and begin in September and conclude in June annually. Snack is included.
This program operates under the guidance of the Officers and Board of Directors and is generously funded by The Morris & Beverly Baker Foundation.
Hebrew Collegiate Institute (HCI) is open to teenagers in grades 9 through 12 who are interested in learning about Jewish/Israeli history, current events, and culture, including the importance of Israel in 2019.
- Classes run every Wednesday from 7:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. (Oct to May) except for holidays and during certain other events
- HCI is broken down into 3 sessions of 8 or 9 classes each. Each session has a different teacher and curriculum.
- Registration is $300 for the year
- Scholarships are available to qualifying applicants