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  • Jewish day school in Los Angeles donates 2,000 N95 face masks to local hospital and police

    Shpall told People that the school also plans to donate 10 cases of toilet paper, nine cases of paper towels, five cases of hand sanitizer and eight cases of Clorox wipes to Beit T’Shuvah, a local Jewish addiction center that has requested help obtaining additional supplies.
  • Jewish school in LA donates 2,000 N95 face masks to local hospital and police

    “If we can make even a small impact on organizations that make a difference in this world … then it’s a win-win,” said Mark Shpall, the head of school.
  • CA School Discovered 2,000 N95 Masks and Donates Them to Local Hospital and Police

    Mark Shpall, the school head at the De Toledo High School in West Hills, California, learned that they have more than 1,000 N95 masks on the campus that have been forgotten. Upon learning this, he did not hesitate to donate them to those who have the most need for it.
  • Calif. School Donates Nearly 2K N95 Masks, Leaving One Doctor 'Almost in Tears'

    "If we can make even a small impact on organizations that make a difference in this world... then it’s a win-win," Mark Shpall, Head of School
  • MSN: Calif. School Donates Nearly 2K N95 Masks, Leaving One Doctor 'Almost in Tears'

    “There’s so little we can do right now as we’re stuck in our homes,” he says. “Our goal is to raise A+ human beings… and if there’s any little ways that we can model that for our students and our community… If we can make even a small impact on organizations that make a difference in this world — the police, the hospitals, the rehab centers — then it’s a win-win.”

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  • Ventura BLVD: de Toledo High School

    “The possibilities at de Toledo are endless. School administration, teachers and college counselors work with each student to guide them while tailoring the student’s curriculum to match his or her interests—providing endless opportunities for students to be involved in and outside the school’s community." - Ann M. '20
  • De Toledo Students Learn American Sign Language

    ASL is not confined to the classroom at de Toledo. It is a very visible part of the school culture. Students often interpret at school functions, including the twice-weekly town hall gatherings, as well as at special events such as the annual gala. 
  • Jewish Women’s Archive Announces 2019-2020 Rising Voices Fellows

    Hannah L. '21 has been chosen as a 2019-2020 Jewish Women’s Archives Rising Voices Fellow. Hannah was one of eighteen Fellows accepted from thirteen states across the U.S.
  • Behind the Admissions Process at de Toledo High School

    The school seeks students from a range of middle schools, both public and private, Jewish and not. “It’s refreshing and it’s more reflective of the real world,” Michelle November, Director of Admissions.
  • Bruce Powell: Teaching Kindness is as Important as Academics

    "Knowledge without values is very dangerous. Values without deep knowledge is weak. But the combination of the two form great character and a great education."  - Dr. Bruce Powell, former dTHS Head of School
  • Jewish Day School Thought Leadership Roundup via eJewishPhilanthropy

    The Avi Chai Foundation recognized our Head of School, Mr. Mark Shpall, as a trending Jewish Day School leader!

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  • Jewish Journal: After The Fires I Got A Lesson In Repairing The World

    "I am proud to say that my school, de Toledo High School, has been home to so many this past week. The Jewish community came together as one — like a family." - Ariel Z. '20
  • Jewish Journal: de Toledo High School Hub and Community of Hope

    "It's an honor to be able to help out our community..." - Mark Shpall, Head of School
  • LA Times: She got into college with extra help — without cheating — and extraordinary effort

    We are incredibly proud of Emma Taylor '12 for not letting her disability hold her back in life through perseverance. Today she is giving back working as a special ed teacher.
  • Ready For New Experiences

    “The way you handle yourself on the (baseball) field is the way you handle yourself in life.” - Louie Shapiro '19
  • Weekly Parsha: Emor

    Jonah R. '20, was one of five LA Jewish high school students chosen to take part in this week's Jewish Journal - Weekly Parsha: Emor - One Verse, Five Voices.


Located in the San Fernando Valley portion of the City of Los Angeles in Northern Los Angeles County. de Toledo High School is accredited by the California Association of Independent Schools (CAIS), the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) and Builders of Jewish Education (BJE,) and financially supported by the Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles and the Jim Joseph Foundation.