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Anne and Max Tanenbaum Community Hebrew Academy of Toronto
200 Wilmington Ave.,
North York, Ontario, Canada, M3H 5J8
(416) 636-5984
(416) 636-7717
http://www.tanenbaumchat.org
info@tanenbaumchat.org
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Admission to the school is open to all students who meet its entrance requirements. Currently, CHAT serves 1,400 students on two campuses
TanenbaumCHAT (Community Hebrew Academy of Toronto) is a co-educational community high school with 2 campuses (Kimel Family Education Centre and Wallenberg Campus) welcoming students and families of diverse Jewish tradition and beliefs from all streams within the Jewish community, joining together in common learning. CHAT fosters an atmosphere of inquiry and intellectual stimulation and during the crucial teenage years provides a setting for emotional growth in a safe, nurturing environment. These combine to enable the students to formulate and articulate the integration of their Jewish values into the democratic traditions of Canada and the Western world.


Anne and Max Tanenbaum Community Hebrew Academy of Toronto
9600 Bathurst Street,
Vaughan, Ontario, Canada, L6A 3Z8
(905) 787-8772
(905) 787-8773
http://www.tanenbaumchat.org
info@tanenbaumchat.org
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TanenbaumCHAT - Kimel Family Education Centre
CHAT fosters an atmosphere of inquiry and intellectual stimulation and during the crucial teenage years provides a setting for emotional growth in a safe, nurturing environment. These combine to enable the students to formulate and articulate the integration of their Jewish values into the democratic traditions of Canada and the Western world.


Bais Chomesh High School For Girls
3600 Bathurst Street,
Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M6A 2C9
(416) 631-0585
(905) 763-7359
baischomesh@sympatico.ca
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School offers a Chassidic education imbued with the beauty of Chabad Chassidus and its philosophy.
For years there was a demand by the parents for a high school that would provide their daughters with a Chassidic education during their most formative years, and education imbued with the beauty of Chabad Chassidus and its philosophy. The opening of this school is the realization of their dream. The school established in 1999 is named after the Rebbitzen Chaya Mushka Schneerson o.b.m. wife of the Lubavitcher Rebbe. The mission of the school is to create dedicated future leaders for the Jewish people, and role models for their respective families. The school provides a wholesome education for high school girls by emphasizing the positive approach of Chabad Chassidus and the Rebbe's Vision of perfecting the world. Offers a full Hebrew and English programme. English programme is fully accredited by the Ministry of Education.


Beth Jacob High School For Girls

410 Lawrence Ave. West,
Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M5M 1C1
(416) 787-4949
(416) 787-0453
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Orthodox girls high school grades 9-12. Hebrew and English curriculum.
Also runs seminary to prepare aspiring teachers for Jewish schools. Torah U'mesorah certification. Two-year program focusing in development of professionalism and enthusiasm in teaching. Entrance accesibile to wheelchairs, barrier free washrooms, elevator


Bnos Bais Yaakov

2949 Bathurst Street,
Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M6B 3B2
(416) 256-7707
(416) 256-7714
yfishman@bnosbaisyaakov.com
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An orthodox girls high school stressing character development. Has an intensive Limudei Kodesh curriculum.
Has many extra-curricular activities and a fully accredited General studies program.


Kachol-Lavan: The School For Hebrew And Israeli Studies
36 Atkinson Ave,
Thornhill, Ontario, Canada, L4J 8C9
(416) 849-1010
ariel@kachol-lavan.com
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This program for students in Grades 1-8 is taught in Hebrew.
Using creative educational tools and media, children learn language, explore their heritage and share common experiences. The program emphasizes Israeli and Jewish cultural values. Takes place on Sundays.