After nearly three years of construction, Tarbut V’Torah’s 21st Century Campus Project is nearly complete. The new facilities will house engineering and fabrication labs; design studios; sound stage; media center; film editing studio and visual art rooms.
These facilities are designed to foster student achievement in science, technology, engineering, arts and math (STEAM).
The 21st Century Campus Project has equipped TVT’s classrooms with the latest technology to nurture collaboration, creativity, critical thinking and playful learning. The school has been carefully re-designed to generate an environment where students express themselves as scientists, programmers, writers, musicians, engineers, entrepreneurs, dancers and film makers.
On Sunday, August 20th, at the school-wide picnic, TVT celebrated the opening of their state-of-the-art Sheila & Eric Samson & Family Innovation Center in the Lower School. Later in the year, they will celebrate the opening of the Arnold Shapiro STEAM Center for Upper and Middle School students.
The new state-of-the-art fitness center brings muscle to TVT’s outstanding athletic program. Students will enjoy a fitness and dance room – fitted with a sprung wood floor – as well as the fully equipped weight and training room, and athletic department offices.
TVT Garden of Hope
The garden blooms as an enduring memorial to the children who were lost in the Shoah. TVT students and staff, parents and grandparents crafted these flowers as a tribute to the beauty and uniqueness of every precious child. “May all our children enjoy the confidence, security and inspiration they need to blossom and thrive”. The beautifully reflective and heartwarming garden is located adjacent to the steps between the lower and upper campuses.
You must visit the newly installed Jewish timeline engraved in the stone walkway between the soccer field and the new Sheila & Eric Samson & Family Innovation Center. The timeline begins with creation and chronicles the history of the Jewish people and Israel.