Noah's Ark at the Skirball

Open Thursday through Sunday
Ongoing | FREE to Members, Children under 2, and to all on Thursdays
Ninety-minute time slots offered
Visit us aboard Noah’s Ark at the Skirball! This award-winning children's and family destination invites visitors of all generations to play, climb, build, explore, make-believe, and make friends—all while exploring an eight-thousand-square-foot wooden ark, filled to the rafters with whimsical animals and new storm clouds that will spark your senses. Share in a timeless story—and together envision a better world.

Temple Ahavat Shalom Religious School

Temple Ahavat Shalom provides a place for our students to explore and learn about their Judaism. Whether in person or online, TAS offers an engaging, relevant, and innovative curriculum focusing on making Judaism come alive for our students. In our Chai program 8th-12th) grade we offer an emergent curriculum that addresses the needs and questions our teens are facing in their everyday lives. Beginning in Kindergarten and continuing through 12th grade, we offer educational, social, and religious programming for everyone.

Or Hachaim Academy Early Childhood

The Or HaChaim Academy Early Childhood Program offers a warm and encouraging environment where:

- Children are able to meet age-appropriate developmental goals essential to their long-term success
- The social and emotional growth of each child is supported
- Each child receives help in developing a positive self image

Or HaChaim is committed to instilling a love for Torah in our students and preparing them for the next level of learning.

$700 per month. 2.5 or toilet trained to 5 years old.
Hours: 8:15 am to 3:30 pm.

Ilan Ramon Day School

Ilan Ramon is a community Jewish day school in Agoura Hills, serving
students in Early Childhood through Grade 5. Our school’s mission is to cultivate a deep
love of learning and curiosity into the next generation of American citizenry and Jewish
adults. We offer an integrated curriculum focused on critical thinking, community
involvement, the values of Judaism, and a personal connection to Israel. Our innovative
program develops lifelong learners and leaders by emphasizing intellectual, spiritual,

Temple Etz Chaim Preschool

Preschool is the beginning of many years of education. In an environment of caring and and understanding, the staff of the Early Childhood Education Center (ECEC) at Temple Etz Chaim works to help our children grow socially, physically, academically and spiritually through a program rich in stimulating activity. The ECEC environment is designed to create an atmosphere that enables our children to grow at their own pace. We believe that children learn through discovery, experimentation and problem solving.

Wise School

The vision ofWise School is to inspire and empower our students and their families to learn deeply about our world and Jewish heritage, to be creative, and to experience wholeness so that we can make great happen in our community, our nation, Israel, and the world.
Head Of School: Tami Weiser;
Beth Behar is Director of Admission and Middle School Placement
Phone: 310.889.2275
Email: [email protected]
Address: 15500 Stephen S. Wise Dr., Los Angeles, CA 90077;

Emek Hebrew Academy Teichman Family Torah Center Early Childhood Center

Emek's Early Childhood Center strongly believes that during the formative preschool years children learn to navigate the world. Creating a safe and nurturing environment based upon the enduring foundation of Torah and mitzvot, Emek's ECC staff focuses on providing all the tools necessary for success in life, academically and personally. We work to provide an environment of absolute and unconditional love and acceptance, respecting the individuality of each child and encouraging growth and learning through age-appropriate experiences.

Tzofim (Israeli Scouts)

The Israeli Scouts Movement, or Tzofim, is the largest youth movement in Israel.

Non-political and non-sectarian, the Scouts established and developed a framework based on education and values, to engage youth in a variety of social and enjoyable activities.

These coeducational activities encourage and focus on personal development, friendship and camaraderie, a ?giving? and involved community, foster democratic group life with an emphasis on personal initiative, leadership and excellence, knowledge of nature, love of country and protecting the environment.