Baltimore Hebrew Congregation Religious School 
7401 Park Heights Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21208     Map
410-764-2197 
bcohen@bhcong.org 
Reform. Baltimore Hebrew Congregation Religious School program has many paths for different families. They have a one day a week religious school, a family Jewish outdoor education program, online learning, and midweek Hebrew school.

BEIT-RJ (The Baltimore Educational Initiative for Teens of Reform Judaism) 
909 Berrymans Lane
Reisterstown, MD 21136     Map
410-526-3676 
aharkavy@beitrj.com
Reform. Post B'nai Mitzvah educational program. Serves students in grades 8 to 12 to strengthen their Jewish identities. BEIT-RJ is a program of the Baltimore Area Reform Jewish Educational Corporation (BARJE-CO), a partnership of Baltimore Hebrew Congregation, Har Sinai Congregation, Temple Emanuel, and Temple Oheb Shalom. Semester locations rotate through participating synagogues.

Beit Tikvah Kesher School
5802 Roland Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21210     Map
410-464-9402 
debbierosenberg200@comcast.net
Reconstructionist. Serves ages 5 – 13 in weekly Sunday sessions. Meets at Waldorf School.

The Jewish Discovery Lab of Beth Am  
2501 Eutaw Place
Baltimore, MD 21217     Map
educator@bethambaltimore.org
Conservative. Serves ages 5 -18 in weekly and twice-weekly programs. 

Beth El Berman Lipavsky Religious School 
8101 Park Heights Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21208     Map
410.484.4345
eyal@bethelbalto.com
Conservative. Serves ages 3 – 16 in weekly and twice-weekly programs.
Off-site locations: Carroll County, Federal Hill, Howard County, Hunt Valley and Roland Park.

Beth Israel Joseph & Corinne Schwartz Hebrew School 
3706 Crondall Lane
Owings Mills, MD 21117     Map
rglaser@bethisrael-om.org
410-654-0803 
Conservative. Serves ages 4 -18 in monthly, weekly or twice-weekly programs. Accommodations for children with learning needs and special needs classes are available. Youth Group activities for grades 2 through the high school years. Leadership opportunities for teens. Licensed teachers with experience in both formal and informal Jewish education.    

Beth Jacob at Beth Tfiloh Hebrew School 
3300 Old Court Road
Baltimore, MD 21208     Map
410-486-1905 
bsinger@btfiloh.org
Modern Orthodox. Community Hebrew School. serves ages 5 – 13 in weekly and twice-weekly programs. Offers Youth and Family Programming, Bar/Bat Mitzvah Preparation. 

Bolton Street Synagogue Religious School  
212 West Cold Spring Lane
Baltimore, MD 21210     Map
410-235-5354 
mrubin@boltonstreet.org
Independent. Serves ages 4 – Post B'nai Mitzvah in weekly Sunday sessions.

Chizuk Amuno-Rosenbloom Religious School 
8100 Stevenson Road
Baltimore, MD 21208     Map
410-486-8641 
sseltzer@chizukamuno.org
Conservative. Serves ages 5 – 18 in weekly, twice-weekly and three times a week programs. Sunday- only morning class for Kindergarten and First grade students.

Gesher LaTorah/TAG 
Weinberg Park Heights JCC
5708 Park Heights Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21215     Map
410-735-5022 
rturnianksy@cjebaltimore.org
Community/Unaffiliated. Serves ages 4 – adult with significant special needs in weekly Sunday sessions.

Har Sinai Congregation Religious School  
2905 Walnut Ave
Owings Mills, MD 21117     Map
410-654-9393 
junger@harsinai-md.org
Reform. Serves ages 4 -18 in weekly and twice-weekly programs, with informal youth activities for Kindergarten through Grade 12.

Beit Lev (Kol Halev) 
6200 N. Charles St.
Box 102 
Baltimore, MD 21212     Map 
410-299-7967
tstjohn2003@yahoo.com
Reconstructionist. Beit Lev educational program is for Kindergarten through fifth grade. Meets twice monthly in addition to other family programs throughout the year, such as Family Shabbat Dinners and holiday celebrations.

Temple Emanuel Religious School 
909 Berrymans Lane
Reisterstown, MD 21136     Map
410-526-3676 
Reform. School serves ages 3 – 18 in monthly, weekly, and twice-weekly programs. 

Temple Oheb Shalom Religious School 
7310 Park Heights Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21208     Map
410-358-0105 
rabbinagel@templeohebshalom.org
Reform. Supplementary school provides Reform perspective that nurtures Jewish lives in a welcoming, intimate learning environment. Offers opportunities for family engagement and challenging experiences that build skills and inspire students to love Judaism and to live meaningful Jewish lives. Pre-K through High School and beyond.