Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy/Terms of Use

The Hebrew High School of New England (HHNE) is committed to respecting your privacy and protecting any personal information you share with us. You can visit our website without revealing personal information. In some cases, however, we may ask for personal information in order to provide the services you request. Such information will be used by HHNE only to conduct official school business and will never be disseminated by HHNE to any unaffiliated third party. All of the information that we collect from you is subject to this Privacy Policy and Terms of Use. By using this site, you agree to be bound by these terms.

Terms of Use

This website is intended to provide news and information about HHNE. We will make all reasonable efforts to ensure the accuracy and timeliness of content.

No part of this site or its contents – including, but not limited to, the school logo – may be copied, reproduced, modified, retransmitted, distributed, published, commercially exploited or otherwise transferred without written permission from Chase.

Information Collection and Use

HHNE does not track, collect or distribute personal information about site visitors. However, we do collect some information about site visits. We have access to domain names and I.P. addresses of visitors. We compile statistics that show the number of visitors and the number of requests we receive for particular pages or files on the site. These statistics are used internally to evaluate and improve the site.

The various technologies used to power the different sections of our website meet or exceed all applicable federal regulations for data security and personal information protection: cookies stored on users’ computers don’t contain personally-identifiable information, website browsing is not tracked on personal level and bulk email tools are strictly CAN-SPAM compliant.

Parents and alumni are provided access to specific password-protected areas of our website, which may contain personally identifiable information, such as contact information for other parents or alumni. Contact the Alumni Office with questions.

Email Privacy and Spam

The website contains email addresses of faculty and staff and (within the password-protected parts of the site) HHNE parents and alumni. Use of this information for private, commercial, or political mailings and/or distribution to any outside party is prohibited. If you have any questions about our privacy policy, please contact HHNE.

Student Privacy

HHNE is committed to protecting the privacy of our students and their families. We do not post the full names of students on the public pages of our website. Images of students are used on the public pages of the site; however, those students are not identified by name. Within the password-protected pages of the site, use of students’ full names is allowed and students may be identified by full name in images.

Online Giving and Other Transactions

We are committed to the privacy of all our donors and to those making any kind of transaction via the HHNE website. Should you decide to make an online donation or payment, you will be asked to provide your name, contact information and credit card billing information. We use other, a third party credit card processor to process your contributions. Third parties are prohibited from using your personally identifiable information for promotional purposes.

External Links

This site may contain links to other (external) sites. HHNE is not responsible for the privacy policies or content provided by these sites.


We collect some anonymous information about how you use the site by setting and accessing cookies on your computer. A cookie is a small text file containing a unique identification number that is transferred from the web site to your hard drive. Stored cookies will not allow us to learn any personally identifiable information that you have not otherwise disclosed. At no time will the cookies reveal to HHNE or to others your name, email address, street address or telephone number.

The use of cookies is an industry standard, and they are currently used on most major websites. It is possible to adjust your browser preferences to alert you when a cookie is sent to your hard drive, or to refuse cookies altogether. However, this may significantly alter what you are able to see or access on the HHNE website.