Student Life at Weber goes far beyond the classroom and provides real-life experiences that help develop character, judgment, and confidence.
Whether partnering in a community service project, leading a school program, or participating in a student organization, Weber students have myriad opportunities to pursue their interests. Our students are engaged and excited about their community, their friends, and their school.
Our programs reflects the rhythm of the Jewish holiday calendar and encompasses the celebrations of Shabbat and holidays. Students have the opportunity to attend Tefillah (prayer) and Kehillah (community gathering/assembly) each week, grade level trips that include service learning and outdoor education components, and an annual Shabbaton (all-school retreat).
- Tikkun Olam
- Student Organizations
- Experiential Learning
- Peer Leadership
- Girl Talk Mentoring Program
We seek to provide our students with real-world experience and integrate non-classroom learning into the life of Weber students as much as possible. Our experiential learning program offers students grade level trips each year, including a Senior Israel Poland Experience.
Peer Leadership at Weber is an orientation and transition program that welcomes new students and makes them feel comfortable throughout their first year at Weber. Our Peer leaders exemplify leadership on and off campus, acting as mentors to new students.