HBHA offers a variety of extracurricular activities for students of all ages.
In addition to academically enriching field trips and mitzvah trips around Kansas City, Lower School students may participate in 100-Mile Club (K-5) and HBHA athletics (5th grade only). Also, as part of HBHA's commitment to helping students grow as learners, we support classroom learning through Talmid, a teacher-supervised tutoring program. Talmid also available Tuesday-Thursdays, 3:45-4:45 pm for students beginning in 2nd grade.
In addition to elective classes including graphic design, drama, art, music, PE and Jewish studies, the extracurricular opportunities in Middle School expand to include (no cut) sports, Destination Imagination, Mathcounts, student government, and class trips in 6th and 8th grades. Talmid, a teacher-supervised tutoring program, is also available Tuesday-Thursday for Middle School students from 4:00-6:00 pm each week.
In addition to a wider selection of elective classes including publications (student newspaper and yearbook), 3D design, tech club, genetics, marine biology, literature and film, creative writing, modern Israel, Jewish philosophy, and economics, the extracurricular opportunities in Upper School expand to include (no cut) varsity sports, student council, National Honor Society, Moot Beit Din Mock Court, Holchim Yarok environment club, Ram Slam Poetry, Social Justice Projects with University Academy, and two exceptional class trips (9th and 10th grade Civil Rights Tour of the South, 11th and 12th grade Jewish Heritage Trip). Talmid, a teacher-supervised tutoring program, is also available Tuesday-Thursday for Upper School students from 4:00-6:00 pm each week.