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  Return to the School List Last updated: 1/24/07   

Beth Jacob High School
5100 West 14th Avenue
Denver, CO 80204

Phone: (303) 893-1333
Fax: (303) 573-4932


Yeshiva Type: Mainstream, See Comments
Gender: Girls
Levels: High School;
Clientele: Yeshivish
Specialty: LD, Resource Room/Remedial, Kiruv
Language of Instruction: English
Total Number of Students: 60
Student Distribution:
9th Grade: 15
10th Grade: 15
11th Grade: 15
12th Grade: 15
Size of Enrollment: Small (25 or less)
Parallel Classes: ABC Levels
Dorm: Dorm & Boarding
Sports: Outdoor Sports Only
Extra Curricular: The school offers physical ed, dance, art, cooking & music classes. There is not only a production put on by the students once a year, but the school also boasts chesed groups retreats to mountains, Oneg Shabbes, Shabbatons, Melave Malkes, Rosh Chodesh Assemblies, and a yearly color war.
At-Risk: No
School Appearance: Appears Clean
School Description:
School is handicapped accessible. Girls are from nationwide. Some russian and mexican girls. Student body is mainly from out of town places not so much from big cities.
Teachers and students enjoy a very close relationship. These relationships remain close even after the students leave the school.
The majority of students go to Israeli seminaries after graduation. Some go to local or american seminaries. Most will attend a frum college (such as Ma'alot or Touro) after returning from seminary.

School Policy

Schedule: Rigid
Computer Classes: Intensive
TV: Discouraged
VCR: Discouraged
Dress Code: Very Rigid
Level of Tolerance: Medium
Level of Supervision: Dorm Parents


Menahel(es): Rabbi Myer J. Schwab
Principal - Secular Studies: Esther Melamed
Mashgiach: Bruria Schwab, Religious Studies Principal
Number of Staff: 27
Full Tuition: $17,000.00

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