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Orthodox Schools

Houston is home to an incredibly diverse Jewish community. If you are looking into the possibility of moving to Houston, there are a number of Jewish schools which serve to educate the varying needs of the youth of our community.

Robert M. Beren Academy

Early Childhood - 12th Grade 11333

Cliffwood Drive, Houston, TX 77035

(713) 723-7170

Robert M. Beren Academy is a Modern Orthodox day school that adheres to standards of academic excellence and exemplary moral conduct as it prepares its students to become self-confident, compassionate, practicing Jews as well as committed citizens and life-long learners.

Torah Day School

Early Childhood - 8th Grade

10900 Fondren Road, Houston, TX 77096

(713) 777-2000 FAX (713) 776-0036

The mission of Torah Day School is to provide and promote the highest quality Judaic and general education to a diverse community of Jewish children. Our aim is to motivate students to reach personal excellence, and to be conscientious members of society. Within a warm nurturing environment, our focus is to inspire a love for learning, develop academic and social skills, and foster responsibility in each individual. A well-balanced education will foster a commitment to using Torah values as a guide to the decisions in life, community, and life-long learning and teaching.

Torah Girls Academy

9th - 12th Grade

10101 Fondren Road, Houston, TX 77096

(713) 936-0644

 

The mission of Torah Girls Academy of Texas is to develop great Jewish women who posses a passion for Hashem, Torah, Israel, the Jewish people, and academic excellence, and who are inspired to create vibrant Jewish comes and communities.

For more information, gp here  http://www.tgatexas.org.

Yeshiva Torat Emet

Early Childhood - 8th Grade

'11330 Braesridge Drive, Houston, TX 77071

(713) 721-3900

Yeshiva Torat Emet is dedicated to instilling Torah values and positive character traits within its students. We are committed to helping each child reach his/her potential, and we encourage close cooperation between home and school. Yeshiva Torat Emet prides itself on excellence in both Judaic and secular instruction. The students gain a love of Torah, as well as an excitement and interest in all Judaic aspects of life. In addition, we focus on Sephardic tradition, with an emphasis on Ivrit.

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