School Programs

The Neuberger is proud to have a diverse range of schools from across the GTA participating in Holocaust Education Week. These programs are not open to the public.
Allan Drive Middle School
Anne Frank Public School
Bakersfield Public School
Blessed Cardinal Newman Catholic High School
Bnei Akiva Schools 
Branksome Hall
Cameron Heights Collegiate
Crescent School
Downtown Jewish Community School
Emily Carr High School
Glen Forest Secondary School
Galt Collegiate Institute
The Leo Baeck Day School
Linden School
McBride Avenue Middle School
Northern Secondary School
Royal St. George’s College
Sir John A. MacDonald Secondary School
Upper Canada College
Westmount Collegiate Institute
William Lyon MacKenzie CI 

Library Programs

Our signature library programs draw audiences from local communities and schools to ensure people across the GTA have access to Holocaust education. Everyone is welcome.
Participating Libraries
Annette Street Public Library
Bathurst Clark Resource Library
Barbara Frum Branch, Toronto Public Library
Beaches Branch, Toronto Public Library
Brentwood Branch, Toronto Public Library
Burlington Public Library
Caledon Public Library
Cedarbrae Library
College/Shaw Library
Deer Park Branch, Toronto Public Library
Dufferin Clark Library
Flemingdon Park Branch, Toronto Public Library
Fort York Library
High Park Library
Locke Public Library
North York Central Library
Pierre Berton Resource Library
Richmond Hill Public Library
Runnymede Public Library
Toronto Reference Library
Western Libraries, University of Western Ontario
To complement these in-school presentations, the Neuberger offers in-person Holocaust survivor testimony available on site at the Neuberger from November 19-21 in specialized workshops available to GTA area students. To book your school, please contact or visit this link.