The Morningside Sunday Experience is a fun and engaging Jewish educational experience for children of all ages and their parents. A division of the prestigious Atlanta Scholars Kollel, our close-knit, family-like atmosphere breeds a culture of trust and empowerment where students thrive in their learning and Jewish identity. Our goal is to provide children with a tremendous pride in their Judaism and a thirst for knowledge of what it means to live as a Jew in today’s world.

The MSE curriculum includes Hebrew language, an encompassing knowledge of the Jewish holidays, history, and values, and exciting special events throughout the year. Learning is hands on whenever possible with a special focus on making the learning fun and stimulating.

Diverse programs bring the opportunity for a Jewish education to students of all levels, as well as adults. At MSE, we believe that children learn best when they see their parents interested and studying as well. Free adult learning opportunities and classes are offered on an ongoing basis by the Atlanta Scholars Kollel.  Please contact us to take advantage of any of these unique opportunities.  More info can be found on the Kollel website: www.atlantakollel.org.

About / FAQs

Morningside Sunday Experience takes place on Sunday mornings at 1324 North Highland Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30306.

The program runs from 9:45-11:45 AM on most Sundays throughout the school year.  You can see our complete calendar here. One hour is focused on Hebrew language and the second hour is focused on Judaics.

What ages does the Morningside Sunday Experience service?
Children from preschool through 8th grade are welcome at MSE. Our b’nei mitzvah program services the oldest boys and girls (6th, 7th and 8th grade).

What is the religious affiliation of the Morningside Sunday Experience?
MSE is a division of the Atlanta Scholars Kollel, a Jewish educational institution servicing the Jews of the Atlanta area across the spectrum. There is no religious affiliation or prior knowledge required for registration.

Do I need to join a synagogue for my children to attend MSE?
No synagogue membership is needed! As a matter of fact, we aren’t even a synagogue – we are a program of the Atlanta Scholars Kollel, a Jewish outreach organization. Morningside Sunday Experience is our latest way to bring the excitement of Judaism to the next generation!

How much does Morningside Sunday Experience cost?
Tuition for the Morningside Sunday Experience is $200 a year – an incredible value! Even so, we understand that for some families it may be difficult to pay full tuition. Please discuss your needs with the director as there are scholarships and  opportunities for discounted tuition. The Morningside Sunday Experience will never deny a Jewish child the education he or she deserves due to financial constraints. You can pay the tuition on the Atlanta Scholars Kollel website.

What makes MSE different than the average humdrum Hebrew school?
We are aware of the negative association many children have with Hebrew school, and we are out to shatter those perceptions. Teachers invest a tremendous amount of effort into making the learning engaging and fun. At MSE, we value a good time, and we even sit back and get silly sometimes.

Have another question?  Contact us and we will get back to you ASAP.


Rabbi Mayer Freedman

The interests of Rabbi Mayer Freedman are many, ranging from playing more than half a dozen musical instruments to tinkering with his home appliances, and from computer programming to cross-country road trips. His two greatest interests, however, are people and Judaism. That is why Mayer’s position as Director of the Atlanta Scholars Kollel Morningside Center @ Anshi is his dream job.  Mayer has been involved in Jewish education for over 15 years and is passionate about making Judaism interesting and relevant. Morningside Sunday Experience is his latest way to bring the excitement of Judaism to the next generation!



You can download a printable PDF of the 2017-2018 calendar here.

September 10, 2017 – Orientation – First Day of Hebrew School
October 8, 2017 – Sukkot Party
October 15, 2017 – Fall Break
November 26, 2017 – Thanksgiving Break
December 17, 2017 – Chanukah Party
December 24, 2017 – Winter Break
December 31, 2017 – Winter Break
January 28, 2018 – Tu BeShvat Program
February 25, 2018 – Purim Costume Party
March 25, 2018 – Pre-Passover Seder
April 1, 2018 – Passover Break
April 29, 2018 – Pre-Lag BaOmer Bonfire & BBQ
May 13, 2018 – Last Day of Hebrew School – Graduation!

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1324 North Highland Ave
Atlanta, GA 30306

(404) 951-1026