Kehillah Jewish High School is distinguished by an exceptional academic program and a supportive environment that pairs rich Jewish traditions with the best of the Silicon Valley mindset. At Kehillah, students embark on a journey of self-discovery guided by a community of passionate educators. The community as a whole reflects the diversity of identity in contemporary Jewish and American life and welcomes not only those who self-identify as Jewish, but also anyone open to Jewish wisdom and values. Although still a chronologically young school, Kehillah is already established as a well-run, successful, academically challenging and whole-child-centered school, serving a diverse and eager student body.
Kehillah Jewish High School mirrors the Silicon Valley community it serves: smart, high-achieving, innovative, diverse, forward-thinking (maybe even a little bit quirky), and embracing a vast variety of talents, personalities, and interests. The school remains true to its Jewish values and is a place where character and the celebration of each student’s uniqueness are on a par with academic achievement. Kehillah is a dynamically Jewish school. It welcomes the full range of not onl...y Jewish observance, but also students who are not Jewish but who attend because they welcome the Jewish Mission of the school and appreciate its caring, warm, accepting, and pluralistic culture. Everyone at Kehillah is embraced for their individuality, their religious, cultural, and socioeconomic backgrounds, and in their role as a dynamic learner.
Our Four Commitments
1) Everyone Counts
We embrace the diversity of our student community by ensuring that every member knows that they count.
2) Everyone Has Equal Access To Great Learning
Embracing the diversity of our student body, we educate to each student and recognize that each student has a unique learning style.
3) Everyone’s Unique Talents Are Valued Equally
Some students are strong in math, others great writers. Some students have a great jump-shot while others produce breathtaking art. Some students are gregarious, while others choose quietude. We recognize this diversity and affirm that we are the better for it.
4) We Take Responsibility For Ourselves, Our Learning, And Our Community
We look to our diverse community and ask each member to step up and take ownership of their learning, of their school, and of their community.