Tikkun Chicago Jewish High School

Winter Courses Now Available!

Our courses are offered on a trimester model and are offered throughout the year, not just one day of the week. All courses will be virtual. *All classes are subject to cancellation if minimum number of students is not met.

Register for Courses Here

Last days to register for our winter session. Registration closes Tuesday, January 19.
Contact Samantha Isenstein to learn more: sisenstein@ansheemet.org


Cooking with Chef Jon from Zelda’s
Ingredient Box Included
Sunday Afternoons 1:00pm – 2:00pm
January 24, 31, February 7, 14, 21 and 28

Open to 8th-12th Graders
Learn how to make a variety of Jewish and Middle Eastern dishes! Chef Jon from Zelda’s Catering will be teaching you how to cook. Zelda’s is kosher certified and will be providing ingredients for each week’s recipe. Pick up the box of ingredients from Anshe Emet the Sunday morning of the class from 9am-11am.

* Please contact Sam Isenstein with questions on pick up or allergy info


Sababba, Sabich and the Shuk: Conversational Hebrew
Sunday Afternoons- 12:00pm – 1 :00pm
January 24, 31, February 7, 14, 21 and 28

Open to 8th-12th Graders
New to Hebrew? Know the aleph-bet? Took Hebrew for years and years in elementary school? No matter your level, if you want to continue practicing and learning Hebrew, join us for modern Hebrew language class.


Ethical Dilemmas, Jewish Texts and You with Rabbanit Goldie Guy
Monday Evenings 8:00pm
January 25, February 1, 8, 22, March 1 and 8

Open to 9th-12th Graders
The rabbis of the Mishnah, Talmud, and later rabbis (until this very moment!) tackle some tough topics from abortion to giving up one life to save another, as well as euthanasia, paying ransom to kidnappers, business ethics, and more. In this six-part series we will present modern ethical dilemmas and analyze them through the lens of Jewish texts.


About Us

Tikkun Chicago is an innovative, multi-denominational Jewish high school program that attracts teens from across the city of Chicago.  Participants build friendships and strengthen their Jewish knowledge through meaningful courses offered in a wide variety of content such as: Social Justice, Israel, the Arts, Text, and Hebrew.  Our flexible schedule and wide array of courses lean into the busy lives of teenagers and allow our students to explore topics that speak to them through a blend of classroom, online and experiential learning that inspires creativity, critical thinking and a deeper understanding of the world.  Tikkun Chicago celebrates ALL Jewish teens and is inclusive to students who are unaffiliated and those who are affiliated with any of the Jewish movements:  Reform, Conservative, and Orthodox.  We welcome you to experience this fantastic opportunity!

Tikkun Chicago is supported by the Breakthrough Fund:  An Innovation of the Jewish United Fund of Metropolitan Chicago.