I’m Sam Weisbrod, and I’m all aflutter at the opportunity to apply my creativity and energy as City Director of NCSY Hamilton. I’ve had the pleasure of partnering previously with a variety of educational institutions in both educator and administrator roles, and I’m super-stoked to bring my experience to NCSY Hamilton. Much like the Purple Coneflower (…what?), our chapter is blossoming beautifully and quickly. We heartily welcome YOUR ideas on what YOU would like to see happen in YOUR Jewish community, so please reach out to me at samw@ncsy.ca if you have questions, suggestions, reflections, or indigestions. Except for maybe the last one.


Hamilton Hebrew High

Hamilton Hebrew High is an after-school, for-credit Judaic studies program designed for students attending grades 9–12 in an Ontario public school.

Hamilton Hebrew High offers an amazing way to earn Ontario secondary school credits by exploring relevant and intriguing concepts within a dynamic Jewish environment. Classes are supplemented by engaging events & retreats that develop course concepts and promote social connections between teen members of Hamilton’s Jewish community.

HHH is open to all Jewish teens attending public high school regardless of religious affiliation, background, or prior Jewish education or experience.

For more information, visit our website at hcubed.ca or our Facebook page here.


Latte & Learn

Come EXPRESSO yourself!

Have a drink on us as we investigate the questions that keep you all night! (…though the coffee might do that too). Open to all high school students, HHH students receive experiential education hours for attendance. Bring a new friend, and you each get a shiny HHH fidget spinner!


Thursday evenings at the Westdale Second Cup. Email samw@ncsy.ca for more information. See you there!



Ceremoniously dubbed “The HAMILTONIAN” by a prestigious foreign dignitary, our annual weekend retreat has traditionally drawn participants from the four corners of the country. Leaked rumours have been recently confirmed that this year’s hullabaloo will occur over the weekend of February 2nd, and scores of Jewish teens nation-wide are already biting their nails in anticipation. Monitor your television sets, cell-phones and our Facebook page (CLICK ME!) for developments as they arise.