Setting the standards for lifelong student achievement & success.

Talmud Torah offers an integrated program of Judaic and secular studies in a Hebrew Bilingual setting from Kindergarten to Grade 6 with an emphasis on Judaic Studies. Our focus is on the development of language in both English and Hebrew to ensure our students excel in oral and written communication.


Beginning in kindergarten, in addition to all the subjects learned as part of the Alberta Education program of studies, our students learn knowledge and appreciation for Jewish values, traditions, the Hebrew language, and the Land of Israel. Our students are provided with opportunities to explore Jewish identity through learning about and participating in Jewish religious and cultural festivals and Jewish life as part of the school’s program and the local community. Parents and members of the wider Jewish community are active participants in supporting the learning of our students.

talmud torah Offers Excellence

Hands-on education that helps children excel with the skills & knowledge that will empower their learning and growth.
Quality Schooling
Our belief in quality learning is based on warm, caring relationships, with focus on the relevant application of knowledge, and scholastic development to promote continual improvement.
High Academics
Students will obtain a rigorous academic foundation. Our focus is to complement and enrich the lives of our students and the community at large, so that they may flourish as they grow.
Early Learning
We provide a safe nurturing environment where children experience growth in social, emotional, cognitive, and creative domains.


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As per Talmud Torah Society Bylaws, a member of the Society is defined as:
Any parent or guardian of a child who attends the Society’s school or preschool or daycare, or is registered to attend the school or preschool or daycare for the immediately following school year (individually a “Parent”, and more than one Parent shall be “Parents”) is a member of the Society.

Any person eighteen (18) years of age or older who:

(a) Has directly contributed a minimum of $18 to the Edmonton Talmud Torah Society during the period beginning the day after the prior Society AGM until 30 days prior to the current AGM; or

(b) Is one of the members of a household that has directly contributed to the Edmonton Talmud Torah Society during the period beginning the day after the prior Society AGM until 30 days prior to the current AGM an amount that is at minimum equal to $18 per member of the household that seeks to be recognized as a member of the Society; or

(c) Is a member of the Jewish Federation of Edmonton as of the day that is 30 days prior to the current Talmud Torah Society AGM;
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“Having a pluralistic non-denominational school that ensures immersion in Jewish education and Judaic values is fundamental to the future of our community. Talmud Torah has been a pillar of our community for over 100 years. The Society ensures that the foundations of a strong Jewish identity and involvement in the greater Jewish community are in place."
-Stacey Leavitt-Wright, 
CEO Jewish Federation of Edmonton

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