The Talmud Torah of Minneapolis

תלמוד תורה של מיניאפוליס

The History of Talmud Torah of Minneapolis

The school began in North Minneapolis as a cheder in 1895 and has continuously offered our community’s young people a strong, innovative Jewish education for more than 120 years. Continuing in that tradition, our vision is to be a thriving school that offers a curriculum relevant to our students and their families, that inspires a commitment to Torah and Jewish living, and that builds a deep connection with Israel, all Jewish people and all of humanity.


Talmud Torah was founded with a commitment to educate learners from all corners of the Jewish community. Over the years, using sacred scrolls and Smart Boards, the arts and technology, discussion and debates, field trips and school-wide celebrations, our dedicated, professional educators have brought their knowledge and creativity to expose students to the richness of Judaism.  Students gain deeper insight into our holidays, lifecycle events and the importance of Torah (study) and Tikkun Olam (repairing the world). Our rigorous education builds knowledge of Judaism and its traditional practices based on the teachings and egalitarian, pluralistic principles of the Conservative movement.

For even more information about the history of Talmud Torah and other Jewish agencies in the Twin Cities, here are some great links:



Talmud Torah Curriculum Days Sunday-Tuesday, October 15th-17th


Sunday 15th — 11:00a

Monday 16th — 7:00p

Tuesday 17th — 5:30p

Regular class times on Sunday, October 15th


Regular class times on Monday, October 16th


Regular class times on Tuesday, October 17th


Regular class times on Wednesday, October 18th


No classes on Thursday, October 19th for MEA


No classes on Sunday, October 22nd for MEA


Regular class times Monday, October 23rd