The overall goals of Chadash are to teach its students to be:
- Jews who observe and practice Jewish traditions and who desire to transmit knowledge of and enthusiasm for their tradition to those who came after them.
- Jews who are familiar with the rituals and customs associated with Shabbat and the holidays, who understand the reasons for these observances and who celebrate these occasions appropriately.
- Jews who can affirm and act upon a personal perspective of G-d and spirituality.
- Jews who have a clear understanding of the nature of prayer—what it is And why we pray—who are knowledgeable and comfortable with the structure and contents of the prayer books and who themselves participate in Tefilah (Prayer) with Kavanah (Intention).
- Jews who develop a cognitive awareness of jewish ethics and values for 4000 years, especially, but not limited to Tikkun Olam (Repair of the World), Amcha (Peoplehood), Mishpacha (family), Tzedakah (Consecrated Giving), Gemilut Chasadim (Acts of Loving Kindness), K’lal Yisrael (the Community of Israel) etc. who know the reasons for Jewish devotion to these values and who themselves are committed to live by these values.
- Jews who understand the importance of Hebrew in Jewish tradition and as a living language, and who cherish and use this holy language of the Jewish people.
- Jews who are familiar with the origins and meanings of Jewish customs and practices, including life cycle events and all forms of Jewish practices and who observe these Jewish ceremonies on the significant occasions in their lives.
- Jews who enthusiastically support and participate in the life of the synagogue, their Jewish community at large.
- Jews who are educated in the history of the Jewish people, and for whom this history is familiar, meaningful and central.
- Jews who affirm their historic bond to Eretz Yisrael (the Land of Israel), whio visit Israel and who work for its well being.