ADRABAJewish high school, reimagined.
At ADRABA, we have a single goal. We want to advance the next generation of literate Jews so we can all meaningfully engage with our history, traditions and values.
With teachers and cutting-edge technology, we reimagine a millennia-old approach to Jewish learning so we all can continue the Jewish conversation and lead it into the next century.
Our Part-Time Program begins October 28.
I am intrigued by their vision and impressed with their passion for an exciting new model for secondary Jewish education in Toronto. It’s comforting knowing that dedicated educators are working hard to safeguard the Jewish education of the next generation of Canadian Jewish students.
Liz Pearl, MEd
Founder, PK Press, Educator and Facilitator
ADRABA is a fresh bit of creative innovation in the world of Jewish education, a 21st century revolution in the way that teachers, students, and subject matter come together — so very different from the classrooms we all attended as students and teachers. ADRABA plans to utilize the best of blended learning techniques to promote Jewish literacy and engagement. I could not be more excited about this new learning option.
Dr. Seymour Epstein
Educator and Former Director of Toronto’s Board of Jewish Education @ UJA Federation
The Jewish Community needs educational offerings to serve all of the various needs of our students, regardless of learning style, family background, or denominational affiliation. ADRABA’s blended-learning philosophy offers exactly that. In this environment, students can learn at their own pace, and receive a comprehensive, in-depth Jewish education that honours all members of our community. Toronto needs ADRABA.
Cantor Cheryl Wunch
Educator and Spiritual Leader
ADRABA represents one of the most innovative, creative and cutting-edge approaches to 21st century Jewish education.
Dr. Chaim Y. Botwinick
Principal, Organizational Consultant and Executive Coach
Beginning October 28, 2019
Our Part-Time Program is designed for high-school age students who want to pursue some 21st-century Jewish learning while attending their traditional schools full-time.
The learning begins at 3:40 pm and runs until 6 pm, twice a week at the Hartman Beit Midrash, (2nd floor @ Congregation Beth Torah).
Our course this year is an exciting trip across the Middle Ages, from the Middle East to Europe and North Africa and back again, focusing on the relationships between Judaism, Christianity and Islam.
Beginning September 2020
Our full-time learning track is designed for middle-school graduates who want to pursue an Ontario Secondary School Diploma with a cutting-edge and personalized approach. In addition to tackling traditional subjects in a 21st-century style, learners will also experience Jewish learning like they’ve never experienced it before.
Learning will begin at 10:00am and run throughout the day at our Congregation Beth Torah space. If you’re curious about what a typical week of full-time learning looks like, click…