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 ATJC offers FREE RELIGIOUS SCHOOL to members of our congregational family.  Enrollment is open.

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The ATJC religious school experiential program aims to instill Jewish pride, a sense of history, tradition, customs and to provide our students with a meaningful understanding of Judaism. Our school offers an environment that brings Judaism to life, fosters creativity and supports the development of a strong Jewish identity. Our unique project-based method consists of hands-on learning as well as a comprehensive text-study curriculum. Our program is designed to make a lasting impact on our students and help them develop into informed thinking Jewish adults who will shape our communities and world for years to come. To enroll now, please login to you account now.


INTRO TO HEBREW SCHOOL Enrichment program for Tauber Academy’s PK-4 students to continue learning Judaics and Hebrew through song, dance & play, including family events on Sundays during the year. 




Weekly experiential learning program with a focus on Judaic studies, Israel, holiday and prayer studies. Students rotate through six different specialties over the course of two semesters. Classes include Bishulim (Culinary Arts), Talmud Torah (Torah Studies), Bama (performing Arts), Ahavat Yisrael (Love of Israel), Tefillah (Prayer Studies) and Omanut (Visual Arts). Children learn from project-based lessons that explore specific Jewish values with some exposure to the Hebrew language through song and vocabulary. Sundays 9:00AM-Noon





Weekly Hebrew immersion class that utilizes a multi-sensory approach to develop a love of the Hebrew language and culture. Children learn to read Hebrew words as well as build Jewish Life Vocabulary (JLV) which is a collection of Hebrew words or phrases that intent to increases each student’s connections to Jewish people, traditions, culture and life. These words include ritual, holiday and greeting vocabulary. Text used in class include tefillah for prayer as well as modern Hebrew stories. Thursdays 3:30-5:15PM




Sat, October 19 2019 20 Tishrei 5780