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Upcoming School Events & Youth Programming

Dec
13
12.13.2017 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm
Dec
14
12.14.2017 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm
Jan
8
01.08.2018 4:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Jan
10
01.10.2018 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm

We invite youth in grades 4-12 to participate in youth group activities outside of Hebrew School and Religious School.

Youth are not required to be Temple Beth Shalom members, or registered in Religious School (either Sunday School or Hebrew School) to attend youth group events.

Learn more about youth group events for Club 45, TABSY Jr., and TABSY.

Register early for events to receive an early-bird discount!

For more information about our youth groups, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., Youth Engagement.

This group focuses on developing peer relationships and connecting to the Temple Beth Shalom family. Club 45ers will get together for fun social events that include Jewish content, tikkun olam opportunities, and community building. Registeration for Club 45 events is online.

TABSY is our fantastic congregational youth group. Programming includes awesome trips, weekend retreats, social action opportunities, social events, and more---all designed by and made for teens in 8th – 12th grade. Registration for TABSY events is online.

TABSY Jr., the junior version of TABSY, is exclusively for our 6th and 7th graders. TABSY Jr. is primarily social experiences that expand Jewish connections and community outside of Religious School and B’nai Mitzvah experiences. TABSY Jr. events are a great way to have fun and meet new people. Registration for TABSY Jr. events is online.

 Want to learn to build a website or video game and "repair the world" through computer science? This is the club for you! Girls Who Code is a weekly club for girls in grades 6 through 12 that helps to close the gender gap in technology and explore how computer science can be used to improve our communities. We also go on field trips and learn from guest speakers who are professionals working in the tech field. The club is open to the entire Austin-area Jewish Community. We use an inclusive definition of “girl” and we welcome trans girls, genderqueer girls, and non-binary people who are significantly girl-identified. No prior computer science experience needed. Click here to register or learn more about Girls Who Code at Temple Beth Shalom.

*Interested in leading a Boys Who Code club? Temple Beth Shalom is looking for an adult male with computer science experience to design and run a weekly two-hour club for our beautiful boys!