Expected School-Wide Learning Results

Students engage in thoughtful acts of Tikkun Olam (world repair), and act with integrity, honesty, and wisdom.

Students understand that learning is a life-long enterprise, and recognize the vital interaction of knowledge and Jewish values.

Students appreciate their obligation to participate in and strengthen all facets of community life, and to respect the religious practices and ideals of others.

The school engenders in its students a sense of hope, joy, self-confidence, personal meaning, and passion for life based upon their understanding of Jewish tradition.

Students achieve critical, synthetic, and evaluative thinking skills and strive for wisdom in their judgments and choices in life.

Students strive to search for the deeper meaning in life and determine that which is truly important.

de Toledo High School believes that the creation of the State of Israel is one of the seminal events in Jewish history. Recognizing the significance of the State and its national institutions, we seek to instill in our students an attachment to the State of Israel and its people, as well as a sense of responsibility for their welfare.