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A community of learning  since 1966

London Community Hebrew Day School provides affordable excellence in General and Jewish education to the entire London Jewish community. Our students come from families affiliated with London’s Conservative, Orthodox, and Reform congregations, as well as from families with no formal affiliation.

We teach our students to respect and appreciate the full range of Jewish views, traditions and practices.  Day School students have the opportunity to appreciate the richness and variety of Jewish tradition, while also learning about the diversity of Jewish practices in our own community and around the world.
 
Small classes foster friendship and academic achievement

With its small class sizes – from 5 to 12 students – LCHDS provides an enriched learning environment that challenges students to achieve their best. Teachers become familiar with individual learning styles and work with individual student needs and strengths.

Our warm and supportive atmosphere enables our students to achieve academic excellence, to develop a strong sense of community, and to form friendships that last a lifetime.

Our goal is to foster a life-long love of learning.  The majority of LCHDS graduates attend Post Secondary Institutions after completing High School.

An investment in your child’s future
 
Everyone at LCHDS is committed to your child’s academic success. We believe that an investment in your child’s education is an investment in his or her future, and we work with families to ensure that the future remains full of possibilities for all Jewish children in London.

To arrange a visit please contact office@lchds.ca .

An application form is available on this site. Click Here. PLEASE NOTE: There is a credit card option now.
 


Special Days

We have had a great start to the school year. This year is special because we are celebrating 50 years of Judaic education here in London. If you have mementoes to share, please bring to the school. We will have a big celebration in June.

October was very busy with many Jewish High Holidays as well Tashlich and Sukkot. Rabbis Dressler ( Temple Israel), Rabbi Clark ( Or Shalom) and Rabbi Gurkow (Beth Tefilah) were here at different times to walk the students throught the meaning of these important days. Dr. and Mrs. Brown invited the grade 1 and 2 students to share a meal in their sukka.

The students planted red and white tulips in a small garden outside the main door to help celebrate Canada's 150 birthday next year. We will see the flowers in the Spring. on Friday, November 11, Shaindy Lander will speak to students before our formal ceremony about the role of women on the home front during the war. 

Progress report cards go home on Nov. 28 and parent -teacher interviews follow on Nov. 30. 

We have an OPEN House on Wednesday, Dec. 14. Invite your friends who may be interested in a Jewish education to come and see our great school. All are invited from the community as well as parents. 

 


FACEBOOK PAGE

 Please check-out our Facebook Page. This can be accessed from the menu at the top of the page. Hit LIKE so we know that people are using the page. Thanks to Danielle Perleman for updating that  page.


Registration is now open for 2016-2017

It's time to register your child for the 2016-2017 school year!

Registration forms should be completed and returned to the school by May 2. For more information about our school, please feel free to contact Mrs. Latella at principal@lchds.ca or 519.439.8419. 


LCHDS Alumni, WHERE ARE YOU NOW?

We need your stories.  Please contact  camarcus@rogers.com and tell us how much LCHDS means to you!