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Registration for the 2024-2025 school year is now open! 

Religious School

The Ahavath Torah Congregation Rabbi Gerson Religious School provides a welcoming and supportive environment that nurtures the uniqueness of each student.


Our Mission

Our religious school provides creative learning experiences and innovative programming to help our students discover what it means to be Jewish.

The teaching of Jewish values, traditions, Hebrew reading and writing, Jewish history, customs, rituals, and prayers, combined with the unique perspective of each student forms the basis of our school curriculum.

Our Goal is: 

- To provide students with a positive sense of Jewish identity and a commitment to the community.
- To transmit Jewish values and ethics.
- To enable students to learn the necessary resources to participate in a meaningful conservative Jewish life and to gain the skills necessary to participate in home rituals and synagogue life.
- To offer opportunities for parents and children to experience Jewish life together and encourage parents to be partners in the education process.
- To enable each student to find their own way of meaningful participation in Jewish life and develop a desire for lifelong learning.

Learning Objectives

Overall, we aim for students to develop their Jewish identity, foster a mutual respect for others, nurture concern for both the immediate community and the world through acts of tzedakah (charity) and gimilut hasidim (acts of loving kindness).

Students will learn and practice tefilah (prayer), become familiar with conservative Jewish liturgy, study basic davening (prayer) skills, and attend and participate in leading Kabbalat Shabbat and Shabbat morning services.

For more information, please email us

Ready to Apply?

We are excited that your child will be joining us for the 2024-2025 school year! We have a wonderful curriculum planned, with many special events.  

Please use this link to apply, and a member of our team will be in touch. 


Sat, April 13 2024 5 Nisan 5784