Hasten Hebrew Academy of Indianapolis

Inspiring Jewish Identity, Achieving Academic Excellence

  • Welcome to the Hasten Hebrew Academy!

    HHAI fosters cultural, social and academic growth with emphasis on achieving foundational academic skills, while encouraging higher-order thinking. Rooted in strong Jewish values with appreciation for diversity, our programs are taught within a warm and inclusive setting that paves the way for life-long learning.

  • In the Spotlight

    The latest news from HHAI including academic awards and student recognitions.

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  • Testimonials

    Why HHAI? Hear from parents about what makes HHAI unique.

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  • Security

    HHAI is dedicated to ensuring that our student population is offered the opportunity for a Jewish education in the safest environment possible.

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  • Giving Tree

    Giving Tree Early Learning is a Reggio-inspired preschool for ages 12 months through Pre-K located on the HHAI campus.

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  • Holocaust Museum

    A student-created space where visitors can learn about the history of the Holocaust, connect with stories of those affected by the Holocaust, and learn about the impact of this time in history on our world today.

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  • Partnerships

    Partnerships with other schools and local organizations allow for enrichment and training in design thinking for teachers, staff, and students.

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  • Parent Portal

    Homework assignments, information from teachers, calendars and more.

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  • Donate

    HHAI remains strong thanks to the support of generous parents, grandparents, alumni, parent emeriti, faculty, staff and friends. We are grateful for your commitment.

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  • “As a graduate, I always dreamed of sending my child to HHAI but when it came time to enroll I was concerned our interfaith family may not be welcome. I was pleasantly surprised to learn there were all different types of families who had found their way to HHAI who were fully accepted and embraced as part of the HHAI family.”

    - Marisa Z.

  • “We didn’t grow up with any Jewish traditions or practicing Judaism; all we knew was that we were Jewish. I’m hoping our kids have a stronger Jewish education than Leo and I and both sets of our parents. Both Leo and I also attended Hasten so now it’s full circle.”

    - Marina G.

  • “We thought our youngest would attend preschool at HHAI then join his brothers at a secular school. However, we were so impressed with our experience in the HHAI early childhood that we decided to stay.”

    - Karen R.

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