Maayan Torah Day School of Portland

PO BOX 19452

Portland, OR 97280

Located at:

2900 SW Peaceful Lane,

Portland, OR 97239

Non-Discrimination Policy 

Maayan admits qualified students, staff, and faculty of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school.  The school does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs. Maayan does not discriminate in its employment practices to the teaching or other staff.

WHAT   IS

MAAYAN

classes starting at 18 months until 8th grade.

 

At Maayan, we offer:

1) Torah education that inspires children to love Judaism.

2) High student achievement in both general and Judaic studies.

3) A student centered learning environment prioritizing students’ active role in the learning process.  

 

We value the uniqueness of every child and see positive student teacher relationships as a conduit for impactful education.

 

"Maayan" is the Hebrew term for a “spring of water”.  At Maayan, we instill in each student the love of Torah, the wellspring of our lives.

Maayan Online

Located in Portland, Oregon, Maayan has

“I can't say enough good things about the joy they bring to learning, and the pride they instill in the children about their Jewish heritage.”

-Bekah Hostettler

“The calm classroom and nurturing teaching philosophy has provided the perfect transition from our home to a preschool setting.”

-Sarah Townley

"Our daughter’s teacher has done a fantastic job balancing time-tested teaching methodologies with a personalized effort to continually challenge her in each academic area.”

-Joseph Cox

 

"Maayan,

You make us all so proud of you and of whom we are - the Jewish People!!

Thank you to your Principal, Rabbis, Teachers, and Staff for all you to make this wonderful school flourish."

-Harriet Cortell (Grandparent)