Florence Melton School of Adult Jewish Learning
Louisville's Florence Melton School of Adult Jewish Learning promotes Jewish literacy in an open, pluralistic, egalitarian and stimulating environment. Students come from Reform, Conservative, Orthodox and unaffiliated backgrounds.
What Makes the Florence Melton School of Adult Jewish Learning Unique?
Commitment to Learning – Students enroll in a two-year course that meets one day a week throughout the academic year. There are no exams and no homework. The only requirement is a commitment to learn and participate. Students have all kinds of backgrounds in Jewish learning. Melton will stimulate and provoke your thinking no matter what your level of Jewish literacy.
Curriculum – Four groups of texts make up the two-year curriculum. The courses are written by a team of experts at the Hebrew University's Melton Center for Jewish Education – the world's largest academic center for Jewish education.
Quality Teaching and Learning – Louisville Melton teachers are in a class of their own and their excellence has been recognized by the national Melton headquarters.
For more information, contact Melton Director, Deborah Slosberg at 502-458-5359 or [email protected].
Scholarships will be available. Contact Deborah Slosberg for more information.
For questions about registering over the phone, please call 502-459-0660. Online registration is also available.