The Greenberg Religious School at PSC

Welcome to Kesher! Kesher, meaning connection in English, is a school focusing on student’s interests and learning styles through project-based experiential learning and student-focused curriculum. Through our flexible commitment model if you are a member of our community, your tuition is included in your membership! We believe the education of your child is more important than assigning a number for their enrollment. Join us and build your child’s connected future! 

K-6th curriculum integrates culture, history, hebrew language, life cycles, Israel, prayer, holidays and mitzvot with values rooted in our goal of creating strong Jewish identities. 

7th graders will focus, with the PSC clergy, on their b’nei mitzvah through the concentration of Jewish law, big questions, Jewish responsibility, customs and practice. Our 7th grade families will also be part of a B’nei Mitzvah shabbaton and workshops during the year. 

8th graders explore a survey of Jewish history, traveling along the timeline of our people and through countries where we’ve established communities, picked up culture and learned livelihood.

Kabbalat Torah, our 9-12th grade program, is a 5 year curriculum, cycling through topics such as ethics and medical ethics, theology, Zionism and holocaust and community organizing, and social justice.

Schedule Upcoming Dates
Sunday mornings 
(K-6th grade): 9:00 am-12:00 pm

Wednesday afternoons
(3rd-7th grade): 4:00-6:00 pm

Wednesday evenings
(8th grade): 6:30-8:00 pm

Wednesday evenings
(Kabbalat Torah): 6:30-8:00 pm

September 13 – ALL SCHOOL Welcome Back and Hachnasat Torah with PSC (Kesher, Gesher and Kabbalat Torah welcome back our Torah and jump into a year of learning and celebration)

September 17 – First day of Kesher classes (K-6)

September 27 – First day of 7th grade experience

October 18 – First day for Gesher (8th grade) and Kabbalat Torah (9-12th grade)

קשר to community

Connect to Jewish identity

קשר to culture

Connect to spirituality

קשר to past, present and future 

 If you have any questions or would like more information: 
please feel free to call the office at 650-349-2816 or email

Rabbi Rebecca Schatz, Assistant Rabbi and Education Director