• ThuFeb11 LS Girls' Basketball vs Sinai 4:30 PMScheck Hillel Athletic Complex
    • ThuFeb11 MS Girls' Soccer vs Renaissance Charter 4:30 PMScheck Hillel Athletic Complex
    • ThuFeb11 LS Boys' Basketball vs Sinai 5:15 PMJoseph "Yosi" Mizrachi, z"l, Basketball Court
    • FriFeb12 "Pre-Adolescence" Positive Parenting Workshop: Grades 3-5 8:00 AMKunin Media Center
    • SunFeb14 Class Trip: Grade 12
    • MonFeb15 Class Trip: Grade 12

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Call our Admission Office at (305) 931-2831 x173 or submit this form to set up a family visit. We look forward to welcoming you!

History was made by Scheck Hillel Community School, Tuesday, February 9, 2016, when our school's boys' varsity soccer team defeated the defending state champions Maitland Orangewood Christian in the 1A state title game: likely the first win of its kind for a Jewish school in the nation. 

More than 400 Scheck Hillel Lions fans packed the stands in Melbourne, Florida, to watch our team compete for the elusive title of State Champion - a title the team had been chasing since the devastating loss three years ago on the very same field in Melbourne. The energy from the Lions fans did not dwindle even as the scoreless 0-0 game entered overtime, double overtime, and eventually, penalty kicks. 

After five rounds of penalty kicks the game was knotted at 4-4. In the sixth round, Scheck Hillel senior Salo Lapco's kick soared into Orangewood's goal, bringing the Lions up 5-4. Orangewood's attempt at extending the match was foiled by Scheck Hillel's goalie, senior Alan Landau, who stuffed the shot and secured the dramatic 1-0 (5-4 PKs) win for Scheck Hillel. Lions players rushed Landau on the field and victory celebrations erupted in the stands. 

Scheck Hillel finished their season as proud state champions unbeaten at 19-0-1. 

"To make history is something that can never be taken away from this team ever,” said Lions head coach Ben Magidson. “What an incredible season and experience. It's been an honor to be the head coach for these young men.”

The win is a result of the determination and sportsmanship of the Lions players, the leadership of the coaches and team captains, and the support of the Scheck Hillel community and the South Florida Jewish community at large. 

"It is a blessing for me and my team to be a part of it," said team co-captain Netty Silberman, who scored a hat trick in Monday's state semi-finals game. Silberman shared words of gratitude for his school and his community: "We're the ones playing, but the truth is all of your support and prayers are what got us here. Thank you."


#             First Name          Last Name           Grade

1              Alan                      Landau                  12

2              Ariel                      Grobman               9

4              Yom Tov               Bejar                     11

5              Ariel                       Martinez               9

6              Leon                      Almosny               12

7              Daniel                   Franco                   11

8              Daniel                   Berkman               11

9              Max                       Stern                    12

10           Netty                      Silberman             12

12           Salo                        Lapco                   12

13           Max                        Peicher                  10

14           Alex                        Almonsny               9

15           Sebastian               Ludmir                    9

16           David                      Mizrahi                   9

17           Moises                   Bendahan              11

18           Abraham               Woldenberg             9

19           David                      Sternberg              9

20           Ilan                          Lapco                  10

21           Michael                  Romano                 10

22           Joel                          Herman                9

23           Jonathan                Zinguer                 10

G             Joseph                     Bensabat              9

G             Ilan                          Stern                  11

It was a memorable morning, February 4, at Scheck Hillel Community School, when Grade 1 students received their very own siddurim in what has become a longstanding Scheck Hillel tradition! This year’s Chagigat HaSiddur featured ruach and talent in an amazing production of music, songs and dialogue (all spoken in Ivrit).

Giving every student his or her own Siddur to keep for a lifetime is a demonstration of the meaningful religious and cultural experiences that Scheck Hillel’s mission outlines, so we as a school community may instill strong Jewish identities in our youngest generation. The Siddur Presentation brought nachat to parents, siblings, grandparents, great-grandparents, teachers and administration.

Visit our SmugMug gallery to enjoy our Chagigat HaSiddur’s full album.

    • ThuFeb11 LS Girls' Basketball vs Sinai 4:30 PM
    • ThuFeb11 MS Girls' Soccer vs Renaissance Charter 4:30 PM
    • ThuFeb11 LS Boys' Basketball vs Sinai 5:15 PM
    • FriFeb12 "Pre-Adolescence" Positive Parenting Workshop: Grades 3-5 8:00 AM
    • SunFeb14 Class Trip: Grade 12
    • MonFeb15 Class Trip: Grade 12
    • MonFeb15 School Closed: Presidents' Day

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