Hebrew at Middlebury

Middlebury Language Schools - School of Hebrew

Opened in the summer of 2008, the School of Hebrew combines the best of two worlds—a time-tested curriculum and an immersion-learning environment for which the Language Schools have been celebrated for nearly a century.

As a student in the School of Hebrew you’ll benefit from our rigorous approach to daily classroom instruction, leading to rapid gains in the four major skills: reading, writing, listening, and speaking. Outside the classroom, you'll participate in organized in-language cocurricular activities—including soccer, theater, story-telling, and film club—each designed to help you build new vocabulary while developing cultural fluency.

Throughout your summer in the School of Hebrew, you’ll find the focus is exactly where you need it to be—on working towards true linguistic and cultural fluency.

Middlebury Language Schools are part of Middlebury College located in Middlebury, Vermont


More Information

More information can be found on Middlebury College's School of Hebrew website

For information on study abroad programs or scholarships and financial aid, visit the KU Office of Study Abroad.


Congratulations Elizabeth Wenger!
Elizabeth Wenger has won the Jack and Lavon Brosseau Creativity Award in writing! Elizabeth was recognized for one of her creative-nonfiction essays “Still Frame,” which is part of her larger undergraduate thesis “Dancing to Utopia.” Wenger’s writing combines personal experiences, quotations, research, and visual markers that guide readers through this creative-nonfiction essay. Wenger is a senior majoring in both English and Slavic Languages and Literatures, and a minor in Jewish Studies and in History. Congratulations Elizabeth!
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