Torah Day is an Orthodox Jewish day school that welcomes Jewish children from all backgrounds and affiliations. We offer quality General studies and Judaic education shaped by Torah values and in accordance with Jewish law.
Our general studies curriculum meets and exceeds the expectations set by the Province of Ontario in all four core disciplines – Mathematics, Language Arts, Social Studies and Science. We also offer a French program beginning in kindergarten and continuing through grade eight, with a dual-track enriched program available in grades one to four. Our students are taught by qualified and dedicated professionals certified by the Ontario College of Teachers.
Our Judaic curriculum prepares students for lifelong learning. We focus on the attitudes and knowledge that lead to academic success, intellectual curiosity and a love of learning. The curriculum includes Hebrew reading, Ivrit, Chumash study using the highly acclaimed Lehavin Ulehaskil program, Prophets, Jewish history and Tefilah (prayer). Gemara/Talmud is also a major emphasis in the upper elementary classes for boys. The curriculum gives students the foundational skills to develop into independent learners. Graduates of our school are well equipped to go on to any high school of their choice, including any Yeshiva high school.
We are housed in our own spacious building, which is located on a quiet, neighborhood street just a few blocks from the College Square Loblaws, the 417 highway and only a 5-minute drive from the Soloway Jewish Community Centre.
Our caring and dedicated staff create a dynamic learning environment involving hands-on activities, field trips, creative projects and special events. In addition to academic studies, we provide students with an enriching school environment, which fosters school spirit and togetherness, helping ensure that our students stay engaged and are excited to come to school each day.
Our goal is to nurture our students’ minds and souls. We foster a love of learning, a strong sense of community, Jewish identity and ethical values, by combining mesorah (tradition) with innovative teaching strategies.