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Beth Israel Hebrew Academy

345 Summeridge Drive,
Thornhill, Ontario, Canada, L4J 8T7
(905) 326-8767, (905) 770-1082
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Afternoon Hebrew school for kindergarten-Bar/Bat Mitzvah. Conservative style. Reading, writing, language skills, modern & Biblical Jewish history, holidays.
Sunday classes at The Waldorf School - Bathurst and Highway 7. Classes are for children ages 5 and up. Offers Bar and Bat Mitzvah preparation, one on one.

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

Beth Sholom Synagogue Congregational School
1445 Eglinton Ave. West,
M6C 2E6
(416) 783-6103
(416) 783-9923
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Conservative approach. JK to Bar/Bat mitzvah age. Includes programs for children with special needs.
Beth Shalom Hebrew School offers a Conservative/traditional approach which includes Prayer and Synagogue skills, Torah, holidays, Jewish values and music. Classes are offered for JK- Grade 7. We have a twice a week program for children requiring full time special education. Former day school students are offered an enriched class which adds oral Hebrew to their curriculum. Family education, weekly music and integration into synagogue life are also a part of our program. Small classes allows us to meet the needs of all of our students.

Beth Tikvah Congregational School
3080 Bayview Ave,
Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M2N 5L3
(416) 221-3433x301
(416) 221-1602
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Primary - Grade 8. Offers dynamic curriculum of Jewish studies.
Curriculum includes Tefilah/Hebrew Reading, Jewish Values, Ethics, History and Jewish Peoplehood. Seeks to foster strong Jewish identities and literate Jews. Great music program. Has informal and intergenerational programing in addition to formal education. Our staff is easily among the most qualified in the city of Toronto. Open to non-members.

Beth Torah Hebrews' Cool
47 Glenbrook Avenue,
Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M6B 2L7
(416) 782-4495
(416) 782-4496
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Grade 1 to Grade 6. Also offers b'nai mitzvah program and post b'nai mitzvah program.

Beth Tzedec Congregational School

1700 Bathurst Street,
Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M5P 3K3
(416) 781-3514 x230, (416) 781-3514 x231
(416) 781-0150
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S.K.- high school. Subjects include Hebrew, Bible, mitzvot and History .

Bialik Hebrew Day School
2760 Bathurst Street,
Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M6B 3A1
(416) 783-3346
(416) 785-8287
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Bialik focuses on developing life-long learners in our enriched, intellectually stimulating academic environment.
Offers challenging, multi-language curriculum. Students learn Hebrew, English, Yiddish and French within the Jewish and General Studies programs. Bialik develops a living connection to, and love of Israel and Jewish culture. It welcomes children in junior kindergarten through grade 8 from a broad spectrum of Jewish affiliation and observance. Also offers before and after school care as well as financial assistance from JK to Grade 8.

Bnos Bais Yaakov

2949 Bathurst Street,
Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M6B 3B2
(416) 256-7707
(416) 256-7714
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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.

Canadian Friends Of The Hebrew University

Toronto, Ontario, Canada
1-888-HEBREW-U Tel 2 : 416-485-1222
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Welcome to the Canadian friends of the Hebrew University !
The Hebrew University opened its doors in 1925, twenty-three years before the State of Israel was established. Chaim Weizmann, Albert Einstein, Martin Buber and Sigmund Freud were among the Universitys founders... leaders, thinkers, and humanitarians whose genius inspired their vision of a great university whose mission would have no limits or borders. The founding charter declared that the Institution would be open to every qualified man and woman irrespective of religion, race or nationality. The University has played an integral role in Israels first 60 years. Through the Canadian Friends, your support will help the Hebrew University strengthen Israel and world Jewry for the next 60 years.

Centre for Enhancement of Jewish Education (The Mercaz)
4600 Bathurst Street, Suite 232,
Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M2R 3V3
(416) 633-7770
(416) 633-7535
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Formerly the Board of Jewish Education, (BJE) - The Centre for Enhancement of Jewish Education (the Mercaz) UJA Federation's educational pillar, is dedicated to strengthening, enriching and promoting the quality of Jewish education in our schools.
The Mercaz serves more than 70 day schools, and supplementary programs, 1,700 educators and 17,000 students in the Greater Toronto Area. The Mercaz's role is to enhance the quality, quantity and accessibility of Jewish education. The Mercaz facilities widespread access to Jewish education through tuition subsidies provided by the UJA Federation campaign. The Mercaz coordinates inter-school activities that support communal cohesion with respect for ideological diversity. The Mercaz partners with York University to offer Mercaz I.T., a distance learning program