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Farber Hebrew Day School

September 26, 2016 | jewishde

FarberFarber views our connection with Israel as an integral part of our school, such as celebrating Yom Ha’Atzmaut, learning conversational Hebrew, & studying about Israeli culture, history, & current events in our homeland. To emphasize our connection with Israel, we bring 2 women each year from the Sheirut Le’umi program (National Service), 2 Shlichim families (Israeli educators), & 2 post-army men to learn with our students and families. Close to 100% of Farber graduates choose to spend their post-high school year in a yeshiva, Israel University, or army service.
http://www.farberhds.org/

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Akiva Hebrew Day School

February 18, 2015 | Inna Savka

Akiva views our connection with Israel as an integral part of our school, such as celebrating Yom Ha’Atzmaut, learning conversational Hebrew, & studying about Israeli culture, history, & current events in our homeland. To emphasize our connection with Israel, we bring 2 women each year from the Sheirut Le’umi program (National Service), 2 Shlichim families (Israeli educators), & 2 post-army men to learn with our students and families. Close to 100% of Akiva graduates choose to spend their post-high school year in a yeshiva, Israel University, or army service.
www.akiva.org

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