Early Childhood Division
Ohr Torah Cincinnati provides an engaging and interactive student-centered education for our Early Childhood Department with is comprised of our Toddler Gan and Pre-Primary. Our warm moros and teachers nurture our students’ curiosity and provides them with the strong foundational skills they need to become lifelong learners, while developing their love for Yiddishkeit.
The formidable early childhood years are the years primarily for planting and building. All areas of the curriculum both Judaic and general studies are aimed at reaching the child deep within his/her being and understanding so that the seeds of knowledge are planted, nurtured, and then allowed to sprout on their own.
In our Early Childhood program, Ohr Torah Cincinnati students are encouraged to be active participants in their learning. Each child’s academic, social and emotional growth is nurtured as they ask questions, explore and play in a loving, warm and child-centered Torahdik environment.
Ohr Torah Cincinnati’s elementary students expand their love of learning as they develop responsibility and master foundational skills for higher-level learning. OTC provides its elementary students with an innovative education with our integrated Limudei Kodesh and General Studies curriculums. Students in our Boys Division and Girls Division are challenged and engaged in a safe, nurturing learning environment that cultivates their love of Torah and of learning. Our world-class rebbeim, moros and teachers nurture each child with the personalized instruction and support they need to grow academically, spiritually, socially and emotionally and into lifelong learners. Your children’s time at Ohr Torah Cincinnati provides a strong foundation for their development into happy, wholesome, educated Bnei Torah and Bnos Yisroel, and strong positive-future leaders.
Ohr Torah Cincinnati’s Middle School boys division began in 2019 and we are so excited to see our program continue to grow. Please reach out to our Menahel, Rabbi Meisels or our Head of School, Dr. Randolph, with any questions you may have about our Middle School program.