Amy Gold joined Cohen Hillel as the Head of School in the summer of 2015. She took a good institution and revitalized and better it in ways I hadn't known we were lacking. The school is buzzing with life, growth, ideas and energy thanks to her.
Cohen Hillel has greatly impacted the lives of our whole family. My son is in first grade. Not only are the academics innovative, individualized, and hands on (multi-disciplinary lessons, coding days, science experiments, on top of reading, writing, math and more) the school highly values teaching about character and community as well. So in addition to a traditional education, Cohen Hillel is teaching my child about the person he wants to be. The community created among the families at the school is phenomenal. I could go on and on...
My nephew attends this school. It is one of the best institutions I have had the pleasure of touring. From the 4th Grade robotics class to the real sense of community, this is a school I wish I attended. Although it is affiliated as Jewish, you do not feel the overbearing religioius pressure that other private schools (either purposely or naturally) have.
Cohen Hillel is one of the worst schools you could ever attend. Their teachers provide information on subjects that is false, and the people in charge treat children terribly. A child at this school has been told they will never make it anywhere in life (and wont even make it into a decent highschool); this was not the parents being told by the headmaster, it was the child. The child that was told this now has not only successfully graduated from a great high school, but is also attending a wonderful liberal arts college. The adults in this school are discouraging, and uneducated people.