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Hebrew School

Founded in 1996, the Beth Tikvah Religious School is a partnership between caregivers, students, teachers, and staff. We foster an environment where all students can access a positive, supportive, and quality religious school education. BTRS strives to instill in each and every student a deep appreciation, knowledge, and understanding about their rich Jewish heritage, customs, language, and religious practice. Learning is hands-on, engaging, and teachers support all learning needs so that every student can access their Jewish Education.


The Mission of the Beth Tikvah school is to:

Provide the opportunity for your children to become knowledgeable, informed Jews, devoted to their past, present and future.  

Enable your children to grow into competent, educated and joyful members of a Jewish community.

Empower your children with necessary tools such as strength, integrity and dignity to fuel their inner spirits to be active, participating, proud Jews.

Our Educators

Lisa Volpigno

Beth Tikvah Education Coordinator 

I am a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW) and earned my Master’s degree in Social Work from Simmons College in 2012. I  currently provide services to young adults who experience chronic pain at Boston Children’s Hospital and provide clinical services to children, adolescents, and families in an outpatient group practice. I have spent my career dedicated to the mental health and well-being of the youth and families served. I was a student, Bat Mitzvah’d, been a Madrich, and employed as an educator at Beth Tikvah Religious School. Beth Tikvah has always been my home and it's a privilege to be the current Education Coordinator. 


Sophia Friedmann

Early Childhood Education and Program Coordinator 

I am a senior at Clark University receiving my Bachelor's degree in English and my Master's degree in Teaching. I have lived in Massachusetts for the last four years, but I am a New York City native. I grew up going to synagogue with my family, becoming a Bat Mitzvah alongside my twin brother, and continuing my Jewish education as a Madrichim. Throughout the year, I volunteer as the president of the Big Brothers Big Sisters club at Clark, and work at a sleep-away camp each summer. I am very passionate about working with children, my own Jewish identity, and building and being part of a Jewish community.

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