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The Rafi Schwartz Religious School's mission is to create students who are active participants in the intellectual, religious, and cultural traditions of Judaism.

Regarding the COVID-19 pandemic: Congregation Kol Ami is just not the same without you but we know that we must keep our physical distance to ensure everyone's health. In the meantime, we want to support you in continuing your Jewish learning. Visit "Learning with Rafi Schwartz Religious School" which will be updated each week with videos, read aloud book links, activities and more.

Building the Jewish future: The American Jewish experience is dynamic. It is filled with rapid change, ancient tradition, and constant renewal. We are thrilled to partner with your family to build strong, thoughtful, committed adults whose lives are informed and enriched by Judaism.

Congregation Kol Ami is a pluralistic community, honoring the traditions of both Reform and Conservative Judaism. We welcome Jewish children from interfaith (or no-faith) families, as well as those with lesbian, gay, and transgender parents. We are committed to including children with emotional, academic, or behavioral challenges. Come build with us!

Early Education (Preschool – 2nd Grade)

Middle Years (3rd – 7th Grades)

Beyond B'nai Mitzvah (8th – 12th Grades)


Drop-off and Pick-up Procedures: One Entrance/One Exit Only
All students should enter and exit the synagogue building from the West Entrance, where the broad stairs lead up to the West Foyer. For drop-off, please drive past the first set of doors and around the parking lot.

For pick-up, if your students are in the Yeladim (pre-K) through the 2nd grade classes, please enter the building from the West Entrance and meet your students in their classrooms. All older students will be released to the West Foyer. They will go down to the parking lot from the staircase to meet you as you drive through the parking lot. You may also park and meet them inside or the patio area at the top of the stairs. Please do not ask your students to meet you somewhere other than the West Foyer or the patio.

Additionally, if your students will be picked up by someone other than their parents, please send a written note or email in advance.

Keep up to date with the synagogue calendar and make sure to join the parent's Facebook group!

Thank you to the support of our partners: Congregation Kol Ami, United Jewish Federation of Utah, and the Sara Cowan Fund. If you need assistance paying for tuition, please see the Tuition Scholarship Form.

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