Experiential Learning

Sophomores 22' finish building tiny houses in Oregon
All FJA students have multiple opportunities to leave the four walls of school behind and explore the world around them. Each grade level travels to a different location, which offers unique experiences for students to take a physical and educational journey.  These opportunities for experiential learning are framed by Jewish texts and values, and are focused on the identity of each student. Faculty and staff guide students on explorations as they learn from the Northern Cheyenne Tribe, do community service in the Pacific Northwest, traverse Israel and more.