Our diverse Jewish day school system offers more choice than any other North American city in terms of Jewish affiliation, educational philosophy, and cultural experience. Families with children enrolled at the UJA-funded elementary Jewish day schools listed below may apply for the Generations Trust Scholarship.
We encourage you to connect directly with a representative from your school of choice for more information about your eligibility and the application process.
Associated Hebrew Schools (AHS) is a community day school rooted in traditional Jewish values.
We are committed to:
Educational excellence and innovation in both general and Judaic studies
Nurturing student growth with rich, meaningful learning experiences
Instilling a love of Torah, Israel, and the Hebrew language in our students
AHS welcomes families from across the Jewish community and is proud to have a student body of diverse learners who represent a wide range of cultures, socio-economic backgrounds, and Jewish beliefs.
After an extremely successful inaugural year, AHS is pleased to continue Maalot at Danilack Middle School, a Jewish Foundations Stream designed for students with little to no prior knowledge of Hebrew or Judaic studies.
Have you dreamed of enrolling your children in a Jewish day school but been concerned that they lack the necessary prerequisite knowledge to thrive there? Maalot is crafted to help your child gain the fundamental knowledge in Hebrew, Torah, prayer, and Jewish history to integrate confidently into the day-school classroom.
Please speak to us about this innovative new stream. Our leadership and teachers are dedicated to the success of your family’s transition to AHS, a place for every Jewish child.
Funding for Maalot is available through the Generations Trust Scholarship and the Jewish Community Affordability Platform (JCAP) from the UJA Federation.
Tova Sabeti | Admissions Manager
E: email@example.com | P: 416.494.7666 X575
Ossy Goldenberg | Enrollment Manager
E: firstname.lastname@example.org | P: 416.494.7666 X300
Bialik Hebrew Day School
Bialik students learn in a warm and nurturing, non-denominational Jewish environment at our two branches — located in Vaughan and midtown Toronto. We foster a strong Jewish identity, with students learning experientially about their Jewish heritage and values as well as developing a deep connection to Israel.
Our modern facilities and state-of-the-art technology infrastructure provide an environment filled with wonderful opportunities for hands-on, active learning, guided by our excellent teaching faculty. Within our unique STEM approach to learning in both General and Jewish Studies, students are encouraged to be independent, critical thinkers and problem solvers, prepared to become our future Jewish Canadian leaders.
Viewmount Branch (Midtown)
Danielle Waltman | Director of Admissions
E: email@example.com | P: 416-783-3346 X285
Himel Branch (Vaughan)
Bethany Baram | Admissions Officer
E: firstname.lastname@example.org | P: 905-417-3737 X359
Karen Green | Registrar
email@example.com | P: 905-417-3737 X2007
Eitz Chaim School provides an inspiring, nurturing, intensive, and challenging Jewish and general studies programme. Eitz Chaim prepares students for a joyful, lifelong relationship with Hashem rooted in Torah learning and yiras shomayim, mitzvah observance, and derech eretz. Eitz Chaim promotes ahavas yisroel for all Jews and inspires students to make a Kiddush Hashem in the wider Jewish community and world.
Rabbi Mordechai Loiterman, Head of School
E: firstname.lastname@example.org | P: 905-764-6633 X1002
Chavie Lyons | Tuition Manager
E: email@example.com | P: 647-655-2691
Students at The Joe Dwek Ohr HaEmet Sephardic School are infused with a love for and commitment to Jewish learning and Torah observance. Our mission is to help students acquire the knowledge, proficiency, and attitude to become responsible members of the Jewish community, as well as to become enthusiastic, lifelong, independent seekers of Torah and general knowledge.
Uniquely, through enriched and interactive programs, The Joe Dwek Ohr HaEmet Sephardic School students are imbued with a special appreciation of their Sephardic traditions and heritage throughout their education. In order to help safeguard our inheritance, The Joe Dwek Ohr HaEmet Sephardic School students actively learn about Sephardic laws and customs.
In everything we do, learning comes alive at The Joe Dwek Ohr HaEmet Sephardic School.
Mrs. Jana Cohen | Director of Recruitment and Retention
E: firstname.lastname@example.org | P: 905-669-7653 X223
Mercedes Bendayan | Executive Director
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Leo Baeck, a nurturing and inclusive Reform Jewish day school, provides International Baccalaureate academics, paired with a modern approach to Judaism, honouring tradition and encouraging individual choice. We inspire students to be creative and critical thinkers who understand themselves and their responsibility to the world around them.
The Leo Baeck Day School nurtures each child academically, spiritually, physically, and artistically, while providing a modern and meaningful Jewish educational experience.
A Leo Baeck education offers your child the best of all worlds: a Jewish education that is at once progressive and embraces tradition, paired with a powerful academic program that engages with the world.
Janice Prazoff | Director of
Janice Prazoff | Director of Admission
E: firstname.lastname@example.org | P:416-787-9899 X224
Claire Flotner, Director of Operations
E: email@example.com | P: 416-787-9899 X251
Netivot HaTorah is a co-educational Modern Orthodox elementary Jewish day school, which offers an ideal learning environment that enriches your child and your home, creates lively Shabbat tables, a passion for our yidishkeit, a commitment to our religion, and a deep connection to Eretz Israel. At Netivot HaTorah, personalities emerge, individuality develops, friendships form, and your child thrives. That is our commitment.
Mashie Feintuch | Director of Admissions
E: firstname.lastname@example.org | P: 905-771-1234 X234
Michal Shvartsman | Tuition Manager
E: email@example.com | P: 905-771-1234 X217
Paul Penna Downtown Jewish Day School (Paul Penna DJDS) is a vibrant SK to Grade 8 Jewish day school committed to educational excellence in a dynamic environment. The school’s distinct program integrates Judaic and general studies, while encouraging artistic expression as a tool for learning. Committed to social justice and tikkun olam (repairing the world), we nurture responsible citizens and compassionate, confident human beings. We offer students the opportunity to meet their full potential as individuals, Jews, and valued members of the larger community. Embracing the values of diversity and equality, the school welcomes students of all Jewish backgrounds.
Sheri Rapp | Recruitment, Retention and Marketing Manager
E: firstname.lastname@example.org | P: 416-928-3537 X6654
Cheryl Fine | Operations Manager
E: email@example.com | P: 416-928-3537 X6144
As a progressive Jewish learning academy (Nursery – Grade 8), RHA equips students with the skills to think critically, the imagination to think beyond, and the discipline that builds character. Through a personalized approach to learning, RHA encourages students to take ownership of their learning goals, be supported by world-class faculty who are there every step of the way, resulting in graduates who are inspired to explore, discover, debate and imagine with the core competencies that will equip them to make a difference in the world.
Michael Ferman | Director of Admissions
E: firstname.lastname@example.org | 416-224-8737 X137
Nava Blankenstein | Director of Finance
E: email@example.com | P: 416-505-4337
The Toronto Heschel School is an interdenominational Jewish day school that provides an academically innovative, integrated curriculum in a warm, nurturing environment. The school’s inclusive community is made up of families and faculty from diverse backgrounds.
At the Toronto Heschel School, we approach your child’s growth as a whole: intellectual, creative, social, ethical, and physical.
Our community is inclusive and respectful of all Jewish practices. At Heschel, the whole curriculum is integrated, which promotes a deeper understanding of the content and allows children to apply their learning across all disciplines. Our students are encouraged to think about global issues and to act.
Bailey Daniels | Director of Admissions & Marketing
E: firstname.lastname@example.org | P:416-635-1876 X334
Mark Abramsohn | Director Business Operations/Acting Executive Director
E: email@example.com | P: 416-635-1876 X225