TORAH DAY SCHOOL OF DALLAS
Teaching the leaders and builders of the next generation
GREATNESS STARTS HERE
We’re one of the fastest growing and most academically challenging Jewish Day Schools in the United States. Torah Day School of Dallas is home to nearly 300 students aged 12 months through grade 8.
We use a Torah-based curriculum to educate Jewish children of all backgrounds, in a warm and caring environment. Combining academic excellence and love of Judaism, we partner with parents to raise children to become the leaders and builders of the next generation. Torah values are imbued in everything we do both in and out of the classroom.
TDSD admits students of any race, color, national, and ethnic origin.
WHAT SETS US APART
WE ARE UNIQUE AMONG JEWISH DAY SCHOOLS
Our mission is to be an exemplary educational institution that provides Jewish children from all levels of family observance with a rigorous and progressive general studies curriculum and an exceptional Judaic curriculum. We seek to impart to each of them a positive Jewish identity, a lifelong passion for learning, and a love of and commitment to Torah and the Jewish people. Torah Day School of Dallas’s positive and nurturing environment emphasizes moral and ethical behavior, encouraging individual achievement and respect for individual differences.
Torah Day School of Dallas is committed to teaching the Jewish value of Ahavas Yisroel (love for every Jew) and its well-being of all Jews. An Orthodox Jewish institution, Torah Day School of Dallas creates an atmosphere of acceptance and love for all Jews – regardless of background or observance level – and represents Torah Judaism to the larger community with pride.
We strive to instill these values in every student:
- Love of Torah study for its own sake and a desire to make Torah study a part of daily life.
- Derech Eretz: treating others and speaking about others with respect and dignity,thus creating a caring, moral community.
- A strong sense of ethics, so that character development is seen as an integral part of being Jewish.
- A sense of Kedushah (Holiness) regarding speech, action, thought and dress.
- Ahavas Yisroel: love and respect for each and every Jew and the Jewish people as a whole.
- Respect and reverence for Torah scholars, past and present.
- Respect for the Halachic process, whereby Orthodox Rabbis are consulted before one makes decisions relating to Halachic issues.
All Judaic teachers are highly qualified graduates of Orthodox institutions. They exhibit a child-centered, nurturing, and professional approach. All Judaic teachers are personally committed to Torah observance, have a religious philosophy consistent with that of the school and are outstanding role models. The rigorous Judaic curriculum prepares students to succeed in demanding programs at various institutions of higher Jewish learning.
The school employs highly qualified and degreed general studies faculty. Teachers exhibit a child-centered, nurturing, and professional approach and are outstanding role models for our children. Our school provides its students with an intensive state-of-the-art general studies program which equips them with the skills, knowledge, and desire to go on to higher education at the school of their choice.
A rigorous and challenging Judaic program is offered to all students with variations in certain areas in accordance with Jewish tradition. Girls and boys are taught in separate classes for both general studies and Judaic studies beginning in the first grade.
The State of Israel and its establishment is a significant and positive historical development. The curriculum includes the study of Israel’s history, land, and people, and promotes our homeland as the ideal place for Jews to live. Programs for Yom Ha’azmaut and Yom Yerushalayim are used as an opportunity to express appreciation to G-d for the gift of the State of Israel.