We are thrilled to announce our partnership with the JFO in offering new students to TiRS a $500 voucher to assist with school fees. Please reach out to our principals at email@example.com for more information
What We Offer
- Creating Jewish Community
- Instilling Jewish Values
- Building Jewish Community that grows with your child
- A Jewish education that:
- engages children from JK to Grade 10
- promotes Jewish ethics and social justice
- creates a bond with Israel and the greater Jewish community
- celebrates Jewish life cycle including preparation for Bar/Bat Mitzvah
- inspires youth programming for Grades 6 to 10
TIRS – Elementary School: JK – Grade 6
Children will have the opportunity to learn about Judaism in creative and adaptive ways. From Torah stories to learning about the environment through a Jewish lens. Our program offers off-site opportunities such as hikes in Hog Back Park and Apple Picking, arts & crafts, music & movement, and that’s just the beginning. Our goal is for students to be knowledgeable and excited about our Jewish Holidays, understand our Jewish past and the diversity on our Jewish Community. Student will develop Hebrew reading and writing skill as well as Tefilla through service leading and music. We acknowledge that learning happens in a variety of ways, we strive to meet those needs, to provide an inclusive learning environment for all.
TIRS High School offering includes, life cycle Bnei Mitzvah prep, social justice projects, guest speakers, class trips and music. Students will have the opportunity to look at Jewish History through art, food, and armchair travel. Understanding who we are as Jews, where we came from and where we are going. Building on their existing knowledge of Jewish lifecycle, students will be able to apply their Jewish knowledge to real life experiences and discover how Judaism can play an active and meaningful role in their everyday lives. Our Confirmation class will work directly with the Rabbi, through conversation, community engagement and intentional learning, students will work towards their Confirmation Service, where they affirm their identity and commitment to the Jewish people and their community. Confirmation Students will also take part in an out-of-town trip. Past trips include NYC, Washington DC, Cuba, Israel, Toronto and Montreal.
“Dear Morah Karli, Thank you for teaching Ray so much about Judaism. He really enjoyed your class and spending time with you. Taking part in your class has inspired us as a family to do more Jewish activities together and celebrate many holidays we didn’t know about before. We have also started lighting the candles on Friday nights to recognize Shabbat every week which is something we didn’t do before Ray started Hebrew school. You are a wonderful teacher! Thank you so much! Have a great summer.”