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The Arnold L. Gilberg, MD. Family Religious School

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The Gilberg Family Religious School is an inclusive educational program that develops our students' Jewish literacy and skills to provide them with the foundation to find their personal connection to Jewish tradition and to each other.  Our curriculum is designed to ensure that our students become capable Hebrew readers, develop a strong sense of Torah literacy and Jewish history, and become experienced participants in ritual and communal life.

We celebrate Jewish culture, ritual, and ethics by building meaningful relationships among students, making education accessible and relevant, and involving parents in their children’s Jewish learning.  We respect and encourage each student’s unique ability to interpret and contribute to this journey, in order to prepare and empower them and their families for a lifelong process of doing so.

The Gilberg Family Religious School meets every Sunday morning (9:30am-12pm) for all grades, and on Tuesday afternoons (4:30-6:30pm) for 2nd-7th grade. Click here to see our calendar for the 2023-2024 school year! Students and families are strongly encouraged to attend Friday evening and Saturday morning services, as well as other events throughout the year. Click here to check out all of the events going on at TBI!

If you have any questions about the religious school, please contact Rabbi Ye'ela Rosenfeld.

Register for the 2024-2025 Religious School Year 

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Each year builds on previous experiences, fostering relationships with our community and our heritage.

Our Torah School offers classes from Kindergarten to Grade 7, working towards the TBI Bar/Bat Mitzvah program. Once our students graduate, they stay involved with the Torah School and the Temple through our Madrichim program. 

What our students and parents love the most...

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