TBA-logo Web

                                       FacebookFlatIconVimeoFlatIconFlickrFlatIcon

TBA Religious School

Main page 3 resizeThe Religious School at Temple Beth Am holds a mission of lifelong, meaningful expression of Judaism through an innovative cirriculum. Our school is founded on the three core values:

  • Torah (Jewish Learning)
  • Avodah (worship)
  • G'milut Chasadim (acts of loving kindness)

In keeping with these values, we are constantly seeking new ways to teach our students to be mensches, to love Judaism, and to understand their history, theology, language, and culture so that they can make informed choices about their Judaism when they become adults. 

This year, we are proud to be voted "Best Hebrew School" in Seattle by the readers of Jewish in Seattle magazine. As one of the largest and most recognized Hebrew schools on the West Coast, it is our goal to continue fostering a strong community, embracing diversity, and providing top-quality education that challenges each of our students spiritually, intellectually and ethically.

main page 2 resize

 Learn more about our school year and how you can connect with us:

Religious School Registration

Get ready to go back to religious school! The first day of TBA's Religious School is on Sunday, September 17. You can register your children by logging into ChaverWeb. If you have any questions, please contact  Administrative Assistant for Education and Membership Abby Massarano.

MadrichimTrainingWebSquareSept2014

Madrichim Registration

Like to work with kids? Enjoy singing, art, or organizing? You can help us here at TBA!

In Temple Beth Am's Madrichim (Teaching Assistant) Program, students in 8th-12th grade can learn all about working in a school while receiving guidance from the teachers, staff, and teen supervisors. Positions vary widely, and include jobs such as classroom teaching assistant, photographer, song leader, art assistant, office assistant, and librarian. Community service hours and training available.

Go here for details and to download forms, whether you've been a Madrich/a in the past or are new to the program.

For more information, contact Rabbi Janine Schloss, Director of Education, 206-525-0915 x216
or Rabbi Allison Flash, Assistant Director of Education, 206-525-0915 x220.