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Toronto Jewish day schools

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There are some great Jewish schools in Toronto. This includes Jewish schools in downtown Toronto (such as the Annex and Bloor West), midtown (such as St. Clair West and Forest Hill), North YorkScarborough, Vaughan, Mississauga, Etobicoke, Markham, ThornhillRichmond Hill, Newmarket, and Aurora. Read more


List of Toronto Jewish day schools

 
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  • Toronto, Ontario
    Bathurst/Sheppard
  • NS to 8 Coed
  • $9,000 to $18,150

MJDS inspires a lifetime love for learning in a nurturing environment that fosters respect for oneself, the community and the world, guided by the shared values of Judaism and Montessori education.

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  • Montessori
Montessori Jewish Day School 9000 Preschool Kindergarten Elementary MiddleSchools Day Coed
  • Toronto, Ontario
    Bathurst St./Eglinton Ave W
  • NS to 8 Coed
  • $13,050 to $17,990

Robbins Hebrew Academy (RHA) teaches students to think critically and globally, in a community that builds self-esteem and life-long character. RHA is Toronto’s first Jewish school to be CAIS accredited.

  • Day
  • Progressive
  • Reggio Emilia
Robbins Hebrew Academy 13050 Preschool Kindergarten Elementary MiddleSchools Day Coed

Jewish private schools are religious-affiliated or faith-based schools, associated with the religion of Judaism. They’re commonly known as “Jewish day schools.” They’re also sometimes called “Hebrew schools”.

Jewish day schools in Canada tend to be very strong in academics. They also offer a strong Jewish education, focused on torah study, Jewish history, and Hebrew. And, they aim to instill traditional Jewish values and a strong Jewish identity in their students. Most Jewish day schools don’t require their students to be Jewish or practice Judaism.

There are many different kinds of Jewish day schools in Canada, each with its own focus and approach. Some of these schools are associated with a specific movement in Judaism, such as the reformed, conservative, or orthodox movement. Others aren’t associated with any movement.

More orthodox or traditional schools tend to require a higher degree of religious observance. Students in these schools tend to engage in plenty of Jewish prayer. They may also be required to wear proper religious attire: for instance, boys might be required to wear head coverings—or what are called “kepas” (or “kepot” in Hebrew).

Another option is a Jewish boarding school. In one of these schools, your child will receive a strong Jewish education in a boarding setting.

On this page, we list the top Toronto Jewish day schools. Find a Toronto Jewish school near you.

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