Our School

The Woodlands Community Temple Religious School offers a dynamic, inclusive environment for our children to learn. We welcome Jewish single parents, LGBTQ families, interfaith families, and other Jewish families in all their diversity. We feel strongly about educating all children regardless of their ability and welcome families who have children with special needs.

Our goal is to provide a Jewish education in a warm and nurturing setting. We have experienced teachers and small class sizes. Both afford the perfect opportunity for our children to learn in comfortable and supportive surroundings. Every class is assigned a teacher’s assistant to ensure that all individual student needs are met. Through fun hands-on projects, interesting stories and class assignments, games and music, the children thrive. We strive to help students discover their own personally meaningful path through Jewish life, which we hope will last a lifetime.

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Educational Philosophy and Goals

Religious school is the spiritual community where members of our WCT families explore becoming moral, confident individuals in relationship with one another and the world. We believe that Judaism provides the framework and the language for spiritual development that strengthens a person, our temple community, and the world at large. We are proud to do this through a Reform Jewish lens.

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Kindling and Spark

Kindling (K-2nd grades) and SPARK  (3rd-6th grades) are our family learning experiences. SPARK stands for “Students and Parents, Acting, Relating and Konnecting.”  Three to four times a year, parents are welcomed to religious school for special, experiential learning sessions that build family connections and a stronger temple community. They are a highlight of the year and often take the form of song sessions, concerts, craft projects, genealogy investigations, and social action.

Religious School Calendar

You can now view the Religious School Calendar on the main calendar...click here

Registration Forms

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School Board

The Religious School Board is comprised of diverse individuals from our temple. The school board oversees the vision and implementation of our school program and sponsors various community-building events like our annual Book Fair.

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Nut Policy

Please note our policy, approved by the Board of Trustees, regarding Peanut/Nut Allergies and Awareness.  We want to make WCT a safe and healthy environment for everyone and we need you to be aware of this policy when bringing food into the temple.  

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School Ceremonies

Here's a look at some of the key ceremonies celebrated through the religious school program at Woodlands.

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Hebrew Studies


Hebrew is the language of the Jewish people. It is the language of the Torah, the Siddur, the Talmud, and other sacred books. Modern Hebrew is the language of our people in Israel. The study of Hebrew is an integral part of the entire school program.

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