Jewish Day Schools are the cornerstone of Denver’s commitment to Jewish education. Denver has a rich history of Jewish Day School education dating back to 1952. Since that time, both the quality and variety of day schools has expanded and grown.
In addition, the Denver Jewish community has a strong commitment to providing Jewish educational opportunities to people of all ages and backgrounds. Through a mix of both formal and informal approaches, Denver’s educational organizations and institutions provide opportunities for everyone.
Denver Academy of Torah is a modern-Orthodox, Zionist Jewish day school, serving students from pre-kindergarten through high school. Age appropriate activities, provided by thoughtful and caring role models who facilitate success in a warm Torah atmosphere, help each child develop positive spiritual attitudes and moral character. The school’s educational environment provides an atmosphere that fosters each child’s natural curiosityFor more Elementary School information, click here:
DAT High School uses both the foundation and wisdom of the Torah, and the intelligence and collective experiences provided by the larger world. We embrace a school culture that favors personal, intellectual and emotional growth through academic rigor and experiential learning. Students graduating from DAT High School will possess the skills, confidence and encouragement to be Torah-observant role models in the modern world.For more High School information, click here:
Strong, ongoing adult education is a primary focus in the Denver Jewish community. There are many opportunities for members of the community with all levels of skills and backgrounds to find learning opportunities. These programs cover topics ranging from advanced Gemorah (Talmud) classes to Halacha (Jewish law) to basic reading of Hebrew. And you will find everything in between.To learn more about adult education, click here: