Talmud Torah of St. Paul has a long, rich history of teaching Jewish children in both general and Jewish studies and helping them to grow academically, physically, spiritually, and emotionally. Our reputation of excellence stems from decades of graduates who have grown into local, national, and world-wide leaders. We are a Jewish educational community where students take joy in their education, delight in their peers, and feel comfortable with their identity as modern American Jews.
An Important Announcement About TTSP and Midrasha
In an exciting brand new initiative, TTSP has partnered with Mount Zion, Beth Jacob, and Temple of Aaron to create a Wednesday evening program for all teens for one trimester at TTSP. Starting Wednesday, December 3, there will be 9 weeks of special classes that will bring together teens from all over St. Paul to meet, socialize and learn together. A free dinner will be provided for these and our Midrasha students each week, followed by class time.
Join us as we explore a new way of bringing our St. Paul Jewish teens together for one trimester of fellowship and learning. Talmud Torah is a central location, and has the resources and space to make this program a success. Click here for more details.
For the Registration Form, click here.
We have big plans for next school year. Mark your calendars for a kick-off recruitment event on November 23th, from 4:00 to 5:30 PM. Come celebrate and learn more about how we are growing and changing.
The Irving and Bess Gotlieb Israel Scholarship Fund is a merit-based scholarship, intended by the donors to be granted to a Talmud Torah of St. Paul Midrasha student who will use the funds to help pay for a well-regarded program of study and experience in Israel at some time in the year of the grant. The scholarship is typically $500-1,000.
For more information about the scholarship, click here.
To download an application form, click here.