3888 E River Rd
Tucson, AZ 85718
Tucson Hebrew Academy is a private, Jewish school located in Tucson, AZ. It has 163 students in grades K-8 with a student-teacher ratio of 6 to 1.
Tuition is for the highest grade offered and may have changed for the current school year. For more information, please contact the school.
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Tucson Hebrew Academy Reviews
THA is not only a school, it is a warm and welcoming community where the students and their families are supported and grow together. My child is happy to go to school every day and the parent-teacher communication makes it clear that THA is here to be partners in developing these children into lifelong and effective learners. The faculty and staff are committed to encouraging each child to reach his/her potential, and they get to know and appreciate the students for the individuals that they are. The fine arts and PE classes and after-school programs also provide the children with an opportunity to develop their interests and skills. The school's approach to academics helps develop students to become invested learners and critical and creative thinkers. I wouldn't think of sending my child to any other school and I am looking forward to all three of my children having this impact-full and positive experience.
We have three children at THA and have been there for 4 years. It is a fabulous school! The teacher to student ratio is amazing, and the individual attention the students get is unheard of in the public schools. What makes THA stand out even more is the focus on the children learning to be good people and how they can contribute to our community. We wouldn't dream of going anywhere else!
My two children are receiving an incredible education at THA. It's a warm community of parents, teachers, and staff where everyone knows and cares for each individual student. Because of the small class sizes, students are challenged to learn and grow depending on their needs. They experience a broad curriculum that includes wonderful music, art, and physical education as well as exposure to Jewish values. I can't imagine a better environment for a student to thrive and develop into a confident, kind, and well-rounded kid.