Updates from Our Head of School

Updated: May 27, 2021



Dear Talmud Torah Families, We proudly reflect on your students’ remarkable achievements throughout this past school year, as well as the variety and depth of the incredibly meaningful Jewish experiences that have consistently been created through the collaborative efforts of our faculty, staff, and YOU, our TT families! Through it all, and in the face of all of the pandemic’s challenges, Talmud Torah has continued to offer CONTINUITY, CONTENT, and COMMUNITY, providing students and their families with the tools for living intentionally Jewish lives.


As the current academic year ends, our educators are preparing to welcome you to the 2021-2022 school year when we intend to be back in our physical classrooms! In the coming year, we will also be providing distance learning options in our new synchronous hybrid classrooms, whose details will be shared as we approach the beginning of the new school year. For now, it is very important to register immediately (or as early as possible) so we can begin planning for our classroom arrangements.


Registration is simple: just click the button below, fill out the form, and submit! New for this year – we are offering families multi-student discounts of $250 for each additional enrolled Talmud Torah student!!

BONUS: If you complete and submit this form before June 25th you will earn:

  1. FREE snacks for your student for every day of the 2021-2022 school year (one snack per school day for each student you register).

  2. The ability to pay your full tuition amount via PayPal without incurring the 3% online processing fee.

Returning Student Registration


New Student Registration We strongly encourage any family in need of tuition assistance to apply for Financial Aid through our confidential online process. We look forward to partnering with you to provide a quality Jewish education for your child!

Registration and Financial Aid applications are due by July 20th. Please feel free to reach out to our office with any questions.


Kol Tuv,


Rabbi Hazzan Jeremy Lipton, Head of School

P.S. We're delighted that for the SIXTH year in a row, our tuition has not increased!


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