Campus Life

Leadership

Passion, Courage, and Action

de Toledo students exercice their insights and​ knowledge to step forward as informed, ethical leaders who act as a force for good.

List of 5 items.

  • KEHILLAH INSTITUTE

    Kehillah Institute is a year-long leadership development program for student club leaders.  Students participate in off-site seminars to enhance their effectiveness as group facilitators.
  • NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY

    The de Toledo High School Chapter of National Honor Society confers membership upon students who excel in scholarship, leadership, character, and service. Throughout the year, students engage in a service project to benefit the Boys and Girls Club of Canoga Park.
  • STUDENT AMBASSADORS

    Student Ambassadors welcome prospective students, serve as hosts for visiting students, act as greeters at school events, and serve on student panels at Open House.
  • STUDENT COUNCIL

    Student Council coordinates grade-level activities, acts as a liaison between students and faculty in regard to the development of de Toledo High School academic and co-curricular programs, sponsors and coordinates social activities, and makes suggestions to the faculty for school improvement.
  • TEFILLAH KEHILLAH INSTITUTE

    Tefillah Kehillah Institute (TKI) is two-year leadership program designed for selected sophomores and juniors. Student leaders create experiential Tefillah programs and activities, including on-campus All-School Tefillah, holidays and shabbatonim, and off-campus programs within the larger community. Students explore Tefillah in order to find a personal connection to Jewish spirituality and use their creativity to bring Tefillah to life for others. TKI students have the opportunity to use this class and Tefillah sessions to fulfill a portion of the dTHS community service requirement.
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.