Torah School

Temple’s Torah School: A Dynamic, Inclusive and Welcoming Learning EnvironmentTorah School logo

Temple’s fun and experiential Torah School is not the same “afternoon school” many of us attended as children. Our program makes Jewish learning experiential, exciting and meaningful. The students develop a sense of community and look forward to our weekly classes. Graduates leave our school as knowledgeable, responsible and committed Reform Jews.

Our Torah School offers a dynamic, inclusive and welcoming environment and is open to all families who wish to provide their children with a Reform Jewish education. We also offer countless opportunities for the entire family to engage in learning and celebration at Temple.

Torah School will meet on Saturday mornings from 10 AM to 11:30 AM at Temple.

New for 2022-2023: we are excited to begin a new partnership with a new curriculum provider, Shalom Learning.

Our curriculum is loosely based on the Reform Movement’s, CHAI: Learning for Jewish Life curriculum and focuses on the most important concepts and values of Judaism and Jewish life.

At Torah School, we teach children to:

  • Develop a sense of community with their peers,
  • Incorporate acts of kindness into daily life,
  • Read and pray in Hebrew,
  • Interpret Bible stories,
  • Celebrate the Jewish holidays,
  • Grow into committed and inquisitive Jewish adults.

To learn more about Temple’s Torah School, please contact Rabbi Kowalski, our Director of Education, at 514-937-3575, ext. 210.

We believe every child should have equal access and opportunity to participate in Torah School. Need help? Contact Rabbi Kowalski if you have any questions.