Would be good, but certain rabbi's feel the need to push fear .. there definition of Yiros shimoyim .. People a lot wiser than me have said yira should be translated to "see"; as in appreciate hashem through seeing all the beauty that hashem has put here for us to enjoy.. I think people would have a lot more of a profound experience if they learned cool interesting things about the planet.. animals.. people...,and etc..... Teach the kids the skills to be happy .. with out that they have nothing you can't truly serve hashem correctly with out that....One Rebbe I had that I actually learnt from is Rabbi Shapiro because he actually cares . He's a genuine tzadik , and kids are very intuitive.. I think all the rest of the teachers should learn from his way.., and aspire to be more like him.
Yeshiva Beth Yehuda is an amazingly terrific school. They care passionately about each student and work hard to help each child excel in both secular and Judaic studies. They work to produce thinking, caring students.