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The Tent: A Jewish Learning Community for Greater Boston Teens

By The Tent: A Jewish Learning Community for Greater Boston Teens

The Tent is a Jewish learning community for teens (8th-12th graders).

The Tent Fall Kickoff 5778/2017 - Over 100 Teens from Five Greater Boston Congregations
This program runs during the school year.
Monday. Evening.

6pm-6:30pm All School Community Time

6:30pm-7:15pm Class 1

7:30pm-8:15 p.m. Class 2

Mondays Labor Day to Memorial Day, follow the Public School calendar

Ages 13 to 18.

Grades 8th grade through 12th grade.


Fallon Rubin
Assistant Director of Education

Registration required

  • Sign-up is ongoing

Registration begins from our homepage (click here). Thank you!

Find our online registration form at Contact Fallon Rubin ( with any questions.


Tuition for a full programmatic year is $1,200 per student.

  • Financial Aid and/or Scholarship Available

We're very excited to be able to offer financial aid for Tent tuition from a part of our CJP/Jim Joseph Teen Engagement grant. We're collecting requests through the summer and will be distributing the fund in September. Please follow related prompts on our registration form, and then contact Fallon Rubin (


  • Only virtual (online or over the phone).

477 Longwood Ave.
Boston, MA 02215
United States

Outside Cambridge
  • Transportation provided to the venue; see notes below.

The Tent's Cambridge Bus picks up near Cambridge Rindge and Latin School at 5:00 p.m. and drops off at Temple Israel of Boston every Tent session. Tent bus service comes at no additional charge for enrolled Tent students. Visit for more information.

Wheelchair accessible

Additional information

Our program is running virtually on Monday nights with once a month optional in-person programming. Outstanding educators offer an exciting variety of topics to explore and ways to engage your learning.

Check out our 1sr trimester course options for 9th-12th Graders! 8th graders are in a special class called Our Whole Lives