Ancient language, modern teaching

Learn Hebrew with the Rosen School

  • Hebrew is ancient, we aren't

    Hebrew is spoken today by Jews around the globe and it is the official language of the State of Israel. While the language is ancient, the learning methods do not have to be. At the Rosen School, we use the latest innovations to bring the Hebrew language into your homes and hearts without dragging you out to a late night class. So, how do we teach Hebrew in the 21st century?

    The "Hebrew in Hebrew" method

    The "Hebrew in Hebrew" learning method has been used to teach immigrants in Israel for years. It has been proven to be the fastest and most effective way to teach Hebrew. At the Rosen School, we have upgraded this method and brought it online with all the benefits of modern technology. We bring you the best most experienced teachers in Israel, into your own living room. It is definitely the most fun and rewarding way to learn. 

    Learn Hebrew, 21st century style

    Each lesson is actually a live video conference with your teacher so that you can feel like you're in a real classroom without leaving your home! Connect with your teachers all the way from Israel and learn more about the language, the culture, and traditions that only Israelis know about. In our live online courses you will learn from the best and most passionate teachers for a truly rewarding experience - enroll today!

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What Our Students Say About Us


"Topics are clearly explained and the class pace is appropriate for non-native speakers of Hebrew. The instructor is very responsive to the students’ questions."

Silvia Berger, USA

"I love my teacher, she is awesome. The class companions this course are also great. I feel we are at similar levels making it easier than in other courses, to follow the class and learn."

Delia Bornsztein, USA

"My Hebrew class is one of the highlights of my week. I look forward to engaging with the teacher, my fellow students, and the connection it provides to the country and the language of Israel."

Marni Hellner, Canada

"I have the pleasure of spending an hour each week with the delightful Ruti. I hope to master the verb forms and become more conversational, but in the meantime, it is a delightful experience."

Naomi Robertson, Australia
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