Welcome To Hebrew Hangout

Jewish Education On Your Schedule

Why Choose Online Tutoring?

Many find online tutoring to be more beneficial than the traditional Hebrew School classroom environment. This is due in part to the abundance of resources that are available in the online learning space.

With today’s advanced technology, teachers and students can upload PDFs, send images of homework, and even share screens, all from an environment that’s comfortable for both teachers and students. Sharing videos, diagrams, and with the ability to connect to students all over the world, online tutoring becomes something more than just web chatting; it is a fully immersive learning environment.

Language is about interacting with people, not software and not just straight memorization, but communication. One-on-one interaction makes it a much more effective language learning tool.

How Does It Work?

Share Your Needs

We will create a unique plan based on your needs and learning style.

Get Matched

Check your inbox to review any new information and to meet your tutor.

Start Learning

You and your tutor can start talking directly and Hebrew Hangout!

#1 in Online B’nai Mitzvah Prep & Hebrew Education

Our innovative, live learning platform combines video chat, interactive tools, and collaborative workspaces to create a rich, rewarding one-on-one experience with exactly the right tutor for you.

All you need is a computer & an internet connection!​

B’nai Mitzvah
Ready to chant Torah Trope? 
Need help with your Mitzvah Project?
Let us put together a plan that works best for you!
Judaic Studies
Want to learn the Parsha of the week?
Interested in an upcoming holiday?
Whatever it is that interests you, we put together a plan to suit your needs!
Hebrew Language​

Ready to learn the Alef-Bet?
Brushing up on your Hebrew reading? We are ready to put together a plan that works for you!

Meet Aliza

Lead Tutor & Co-founder

I was raised in South Florida and I have always had a love for teaching. I have over 8 years of experience in education both in Florida and Georgia. After earning my Bachelor of Arts degree in Elementary Education from Florida Atlantic University, I went on to teach at a synagogue in Atlanta before becoming the lead Hebrew teacher for the Hebrew School. I later became a 5th grade teacher in the public-school system and continue to tutor students in all areas of Judaism today.


Students, Parents, & Rabbis Love Us

After witnessing the success of my son, I knew we’d sign our daughter up for Hebrew Hangout. She’s already started learning the Hebrew alphabet and is loving it! Great for all ages and types of learners. Highly recommended!

Schwartz Family

Thank you so much for your help and for working with us throughout this process. Hebrew Hangout was so flexible with our crazy schedule and made learning so much fun. Our daughter’s tutor was patient, flexible and an excellent teacher. She was so prepared for her big day!

Sara R

Thank you very much for the wonderful service that you have provided for Anna. She has learned so much and we were so impressed with the program as a whole. Thanks again! We will be sure to recommend Hebrew Hangout to our friends!

Julia Holland

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Today’s technology combined with our teaching methodology delivers an experience that will be both meaningful and educational.

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Got Questions?


Here are some of the most common questions

Your time is valuable so why not take it back. With online tutoring, Hebrew Hangout eliminates the need for you to drive to a lesson and instead, gives you the individualized attention that all students want and need. Scheduling is flexible and designed to work for you in a way that is most convenient. Live, online tutoring sessions can take place virtually anywhere as long as it is a quiet space, free of distractions. You must have a working computer with a video camera and microphone.

It is truly very simple. We will send a link and all you have to do is click on it. We can make sure everything is working during your free trial lesson. All you need is a working computer with a decent internet connection, a webcam, and a microphone. (Most new computers have these already built-in.) We ask that you are in a quiet location without distractions. Sometimes headphones help but are not usually necessary.

We are here to support you whether you are affiliated or not. We will work directly with your synagogue to prepare you according to their guidelines. We can also help in finding you a Rabbi in your area.

Cost per lesson varies based on the number of lessons and which program you sign up for. Discounts are available. All materials are included.

It truly depends on you and your child’s learning goals and needs. Every student is different and learns at his/her own pace. Sessions are between 30 and 60 minutes long and can occur as often as you would like. With practice time in between lessons and small assignments to reinforce material learned, we can accomplish even more in the time that we have.

After each lesson, you will receive an email with a brief overview of what was taught and what will be learned during the next session. There will be homework attachments if any, and your tutor is always available through email or scheduled phone calls. It is our top priority to communicate with students and parents so there are never any surprises and everyone’s expectations are realistic.

As educators, we believe that learning should and can be fun. It is important to remember that everyone learns differently and what works for some may not work for others. We take pride in our experience working with students of all backgrounds and of all learning styles. We offer individual classes in Bar/Bat Mitzvah Preparation, Hebrew Language, and Torah Studies.

One-on-one lessons are likely to make the experience of learning something new much more enjoyable. We are enthusiastic and all of our tutors truly enjoy teaching.



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Did you know that science and technology in Israel is one of the country's most developed sectors. In 2019, Israel was ranked the world's fifth most innovative country by the Bloomberg Innovation Index. Thanks to technology, Hebrew Hangout has students all over the world.

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