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Temple Aliyah’s Jr. Sr. Youth focuses on making activities for youth between 7th and 12th grade. Our programs encompass Jewish education, social action, individual growth, and always remain fun and engaging for all our participants. If that sounds interesting to you, check below to see what we have to offer!

Every Wednesday night from 7 to 8:30 PM join us for Lounge Nights! Enjoy social time with other teens and participate in an hour program planned by our Youth Leaders.

Want to enjoy a different sort of Shabbat? Check out our monthly Shabbat Series! We do Youth Services one Saturday morning a month, focused on discussion of Jewish Identity and current events. And one Friday night a month ring in Shabbat with our Potluck, hosted by members in our community at their homes!

Swing by our semi-regular weekend programs where we go Mini-Golfing, stay up all night with Into the Night, or raise money for a good cause at our Bowl-a-Thon!

If you enjoy hanging out with our Temple teens, try joining United Synagogue Youth (USY) throughout the year for weekends full of engaging programs with teens from all across the Far West Region, from Arizona, Nevada, and Southern California.

Upcoming events

Far West USY:

February 25th-27th- Far West USY Winter Encampment @ Camp Ramah

There is still time to sign up! Please join us for Fairytale-Campent. This is for all 8th-12 graders at Temple Aliyah who would like to join us and other teens from around the southwest for the weekend. Financial Aid is available. Please contact the USY Branch Manager, Darren Klein, for more information at We hope to see you there!

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Jewish World Watch's Spring TAP program

Jewish World Watch's spring TAP program is now accepting applications for its next cycle beginning March 6, 2022. The program is for teens (grades 9th-12th) who want to hone leadership skills, make an impact, meet new friends and get community service credit. Students who've taken TAP before can still join. We'll be exploring the themes and work of JWW from new apertures.  Teens will learn about some of the most pressing human rights issues of the day including the human rights abuses of the Uyghurs, Rohingya, and TIgrayaans.  Moreover, they'll learn how to recognize intolerance and about our collective obligation to act. Please contact Serena with any questions. 

Fri, June 9 2023 20 Sivan 5783