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  Return to the School List Last updated: 7/18/07   

Beth Rochel School for Girls
145 Saddle River Road
Monsey, NY 10952

Phone: (845) 352-5000    (845) 352-7654
Fax: (845) 352-6571


Yeshiva Type: Mainstream
Gender: Girls
Levels: Pre_School; Elementary; High School;
Clientele: Very Yishivishe, Quasi Chasidish
Specialty: Resource Room/Remedial
Language of Instruction: Yiddish/English
Total Number of Students: 900
Size of Enrollment: Medium (25-99)
Parallel Classes: Multiple Sets
Dorm: Boarding Arranged by Parent
Sports: Full Indoor-Outdoor Gym, Playground
Extra Curricular: Elementary school has G.O., chagigas, melava malkas and different functions throughout the year. They have science fairs and put on plays. High school has extensive extra curricular activities. They have a very involved G.O., mishmeres program, chessed program, tzedaka functions, yom iyun, shabaton and special activities for Rosh Chodesh and Yomim Tovim. There is lots of room for students to shine in areas other than academics. The high school also puts on a production to the public each year.
At-Risk: No
School Appearance: Appears Clean
School Description:
A very heimish school that strives to imbue in their students an appreciation for a true Torah life. The students are from all types of families - from working to kollel homes, from yeshivish to chasidish. There is an acceptance of everyone's differences without compramising on the school's hashkafic stadards. They are fully Regents accredited but still maintain a very heimish atmosphere.
The high school building is fully handicapp accessible.
There is a maa'los program in both elementary and high school, as necessary. It is a self-contained class for special needs with the students being mainstreamed whenever possible.

School Policy

Computer Classes: Lab
TV: Forbidden
VCR: Forbidden
Dress Code: Very Rigid
Level of Tolerance: Low
Level of Supervision: Attendance Checked


Rosh Yeshiva: Menahel Ruchni - Rabbi P. Jung
Principal - Limudei Kodesh: Grades 1-4 - Mrs. R. Pollack; Grades 5-8 - Mrs. R.L. Greenwald; Grades 9-12 - Mrs S. Horowitz
Principal - Secular Studies: Grades 1-8 - Mrs. S. Stefansky and Mrs. D. Weizberg; Grades 9-12 - Mrs. E. Tillim and Mrs. S. Herzberg
Number of Staff: 100
Full Tuition:
Notes: Scholarships are available.

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