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Ganon Gil (Hebrew for “Happy Nursery”) was created in 1955 with the idea that while children are learning to socialize and adjust to a group situation they are also learning to relate to Jewish traditions, Hebrew language, ceremonies and holidays which are an integral part of the American Jewish identity.
Ganon Gil has a comprehensive and developmental program designed to help children reach their full potential socially and emotionally and provides them with the educational components necessary for future school success.
Ganon Gil is more than just a preschool, it is a family. Each staff member takes the time to not only get to know the children they teach but also the student’s parents and siblings. The bonds that are created in the classroom, the hallways and the social functions at Ganon Gil allow the families to all feel connected and give the sense of a community of Jewish tradition.
Building strong minds and a sense of self is a goal of our teachers here at Ganon Gil. We offer a wide range of activities both in and out of the classroom to help our kids learn to be independent thinkers.
Ganon Gil’s mission is to provide children with love and a caring atmosphere so that they can learn the social, emotional, physical and cognitive skills that they will need now and in the future.
Come and see why Ganon Gil Preschool is one of Cleveland’s most innovative Jewish preschools and the place “Where love and caring are the building blocks of the future.”
Voted in the top 3 best Jewish Preschools in Cleveland by The Source Magazine
Ganon Gil preschool is housed in the beautiful Temple, Beachwood. Rabbis Richard A. Block, Rosette Barron Haim , Roger C. Klein and Stacy Schlein, and Cantor Kathryn Wolfe Sebo participate in programming, along with The Temple’s outstanding Judaic education team.
The students have access to The Temple’s state-of-the-art library and resource center, the sanctuary, and a brand new playground. The Temple’s renowned Museum of Religious Art and the Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage, adjacent to The Temple, will also be available to the students and their families as unique educational resources. Tuition discounts and priority registration are available to Temple members.
Ganon Gil offers high quality care and education for children ages, 6 weeks to 5 years old. We operate 50 weeks a year and our hours of operation are 7:00am-6:00pm Monday-Thursday and 7:00-5:30 on Fridays.
We are a Universal Pre-Kindergarten site funded as part of Invest In Children through Cuyahoga County.
Invest In Children
We are the first Jewish Early Childhood Center in the Cleveland Community to receive this important recognition. The competitive selection process included submission of a detailed application, interviews and a site visit, to assure that we meet the high standards and specific requirements of the program. There are two components to the UPK program – the first being a monetary grant that will enable us to further enhance and sustain high quality education standards and programming. The second will allow families who meet eligibility requirements to qualify for a 33% scholarship on preschool and daycare fees.
All of our forms in one simple place!
The titles below are links to either an online form or a PDF version of our forms that you may print off and submit in person or by mail.
Inquiry Form – this online form is simple to fill out for parents who would like to know more about what Ganon Gil has to offer for your child.
Registration Contract – completing this Registration Contract and submitting your payment online reserves your enrollment space.