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Jewish Learning Cooperative (JLC)

A partnership of Temple Aliyah and Shomrei Torah Synagogue


Religious School begins Tuesday, September 6th!

At the JLC, which is what we call our Religious School, our goal is to be a place where children enjoy learning about what it means to be a Jewish person in the 21st century. Our educational program is built on experiential learning — a pedagogy that emphasizes students partaking in and creating their own learning opportunities.  

Our educational model offers families with children in grades TK-6 customization and flexibility to meet the needs and demands of a modern family schedule. The JLC program for grades TK–6 includes Hebrew studies, JLL (Jewish life and learning), and family education and celebrations. Kindergarten through second graders attend school once a week on a weekday afternoon. Third through sixth graders attend school once a week on a weekday afternoon and for an additional one hour a week for Hebrew instruction (on a weekday or Sunday). 

For more information, contact Assistant Director Rae Antonoff at for questions about curriculum or general program information, and Jordan Drayer ( for questions about registration and tuition.





  • Step 1: Renew your membership/become a new member for 2022-2023 at your respective synagogue:
  • Click here to join/renew at Shomrei Torah Synagogue
  • Click here to renew at Temple Aliyah or here to join as a new member.

  • OR if joining the JLC as a non-member, please click here. This option is only available for TK-2 grades.

  • Step 2: Please carefully fill out the JLC registration form.



Please help us know your needs and create memorable programming for the 2022 High Holy Days by filling out this survey.


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Shomrei Torah Synagogue
7353 Valley Circle Boulevard
West Hills, CA 91304
Main Office:
(818) 854-7650
Education Center:
(818) 854-7690



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