Our Mission

Our Mission

The Leo Baeck Day School nurtures each child academically, spiritually, physically, and artistically, while providing a modern and meaningful Jewish educational experience.

A Leo Baeck education offers your child the best of all worlds: a Jewish education that is at once progressive and embraces tradition, paired with a powerful academic program that engages with the world.

Discover a school where children are flexing their creative and critical muscles, deepening their Jewish identity and becoming their very best selves in a warm and supportive community.

Leo Baeck, a Reform Jewish day school, is committed to providing academic excellence in a nurturing community.

Our goal is to graduate students through our International Baccalaureate (IB) accredited program who:

Strive for Academic Excellence

  • Achieve their personal academic potential, are critical thinkers and effective problem solvers
  • Are equipped to live and thrive in an increasingly globally connected and technological world
  • Become lifelong learners
  • Are well rounded and develop their leadership and creative capabilities

Embrace Their Modern Jewish Identity

  • Understand progressive Jewish practices and perspectives and are able to make informed Jewish choices
  • Have a deep and meaningful connection to Judaism, the State of Israel and the worldwide Jewish community
  • Have the skills to be practicing liberal Jews at home, school and synagogue
  • Are knowledgeable and comfortable with Jewish prayer and participate with spirit and commitment
  • Eagerly embrace their responsibility to participate in acts of Tzedakah, Tikkun Olam and other personal mitzvot

Thrive Within a Nurturing Community

  • Are educated through a caring, compassionate and supportive community
  • Have a positive self-image that enables them to grow emotionally, intellectually and socially and make good choices
  • Promote a culture of Derech Eretz, including the importance of self respect and respect for others
  • Understand the value of Tikkun Olam, social conscience, and how to contribute to positive social change

Start building your future

North Campus

9600 Bathurst Street
Vaughan, Ontario
L6A 3Z8

Enter through Marc Santi Blvd.
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Phone: (905) 709-3636
Fax: (905) 709-1999

South Campus

501 Arlington Avenue
Toronto, Ontario
M6C 3A4
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Phone: (416) 787-9899
Fax: (416) 787-9838