TVT Middle School students flourish in their daily lives on campus. They are happy, healthy and eager to learn. Our student and faculty culture is welcoming, nurturing, supportive, and inclusive, making all students feel comfortable to take risks and strive for their goals. Our faculty enjoys not only teaching in the classroom but also working with the students on a deeper level in order to better understand and know each and every student.
TVT students value and embed the six key values -- truth, kindness, respect, repairing the world, justice and community -- throughout their years in Middle School. TVT students challenge one another inside and outside of the classroom. Our students have the opportunity to be leaders in their community with service projects, to become involved citizens within their religion and community.
The Middle School offers several ways by which students can expand their academic knowledge or personal interests. Students can attain new leadership skills, pursue an interest by joining an extracurricular club, expand their academic knowledge through experiential learning, and, of course, have fun. All students are able to not only find a passion but also learn about who they are. We are a tight-knit community where all students know one another and are able to share experiences and grow together.
Jewish students learn what it means to have a strong Jewish identity. They connect with their roots and share their love for their culture through their Hebrew and Judaic Studies courses as well as in Tefilah and Kabbalat Shabbat.