The Hebrew High School of New England resides on 11-acres in West Hartford, Connecticut near the Bloomfield town line. The campus is located close to Interstate-91.
The modern, state-of-the-art facilities were completed in late 2010 and officially opened in January 2011.
Formally known as the “Pava Educational Campus,” HHNE has two buildings. The 32,000 square foot Grinspoon-Konover main building houses administrative offices, classrooms, the Beit Midrash, a library, the gymnasium, kitchen and dining hall. The 1,161 square foot Louise Silverman Zachs Arts & Music Center is located immediately to the south of the main building and is a one-story replica of the carriage house originally located on the property.