Temple Jeremiah is dedicated to providing a warm and nurturing environment where each student can enjoy learning and strengthening their connection to Judaism. Temple Jeremiah offers a complete program of classes designed to provide your child with age-appropriate classes that are fun and engaging. Your child’s wellbeing and happiness are our utmost concern. We are proud that the Temple Jeremiah Center for Learning has received accreditation from the Association for Reform Jewish Educators.

See our current 2019-2020 Religious and Hebrew School calendar. (PDF) For more information, contact the school office at 847.441.0202

In our Religious School program, we work closely with your children in a warm, accepting and nurturing environment. Our beautiful building provides the space for kids to be kids. By teaching them to understand the rich culture, history, ethics, values, beliefs, and traditions of our religion and people, we help students identify proudly and joyfully as Jews. Working closely with each child to provide a meaningful Jewish education, we focus on making Jewish values and traditions come to life.

Reminder – each week we collect tzedakah in our classrooms. We pick a different program or agency to benefit every month from the money our students donate.

See class curriculums by grade.
See our school calendar for class schedules. (PDF)

SESSION DAY TIME & GRADES
Session I Meets Sundays 9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
(for kindergarten through 6th)
Session II Meets Sundays 11:15 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
(for grades 7th through 10th*)

*7th, 8th, 9th & 10th Grades (Pre-Confirmation & Confirmation) meets weekly Session II.

11th & 12th Grades (Post-Confirmation) meets 6 Sundays/year at 11:00 am – 12:30 pm. Students join Rabbi Cohen for engaging discussion and learning on some of Judaism’s most pressing topics.

Temple Jeremiah fully understands and embraces the need to accommodate a student with special needs. We want every religious school student to have a positive school experience. If your child has any learning differences and/or an Independent Education Plan (IEP), please be sure to share this information with Dr. Anne Lidsky Director of Education.

We are proud to have genuine, caring teachers on our staff in our Center for Learning. Our educators are focused on making classes engaging, interactive and fun. They listen to parents to understand how each child learns and take action to accommodate the needs of the class. Find your child’s Religious or Hebrew School teacher contact information.(PDF)

Our circle drive in front of temple (on Happ Road) is needed for emergencies so never drop children off or park on our front circle.
Stay in the car and drop off or pick up your children in the South Lot. Walk in for drop off or pick up by parking in our North Lot.
Please review our complete traffic instructions, so everyone remains safe. (PDF)