Clubs & Electives

Clubs & Electives

Hebrew High School of New England offers a wide variety of clubs, groups, and electives that allow students the opportunity to explore their unique passions and strengths. These activities also provide students with the chance to test out their leadership skills and round out the HHNE experience.

Computer Science Students learn the basics of computer programming and podcasting.
Chesed Students make weekly visits to assist the residents at Hebrew Health Care, as well as Hoffman Summerwood Community. A separate Chesed Committee raises students’ awareness of community service opportunities and encourages students to participate in social action projects.
Culinary Arts Students learn the basics of Kosher cooking and baking, learning skills through hands-on experience.
Dodgeball Students challenge themselves, have fun and get a great workout with Dodgeball.
Drama Society  Students engage in a program designed to teach the full experience of planning and executing a theatrical performance. Studies include theatrically based exercises such as centering, focus, vocal development, body control, script analysis, and energy awareness. Students will also rehearse and produce a series of plays to be performed.
Krav Maga Students learn the basics of Krav Maga, the Israeli martial arts system developed in the 1940s. This form of martial arts, intended for self-defense in a wide variety of situations, has gained popularity in recent years.
Student Government Students garner leadership skills as they represent their grade level in the school Government. They organize and run events throughout the year to promote student morale and school spirit. The student body elects members, and all students are encouraged to submit ideas to their representative. HHNE is a member of the National Association of Student Councils.
Studio Art Students are introduced to the fundamental principles of two- and three-dimensional art forms including drawing, painting, and sculpting. Works created are displayed at an annual spring event.
Yearbook Students get a hands-on opportunity to be a part of the writing, layout, editing and photography needed to create the annual school yearbook.
Yoga Students learn basic poses, building strength and balance, as well as being introduced to breath control and meditation.