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North Shore Hebrew Academy

Private | PK-8

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Posted October 6, 2010

The best modern Orthodox school in America. The kids speak Hebrew, learn General Studies, have fun and enjoyt themselves. Our teachers are the best!
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Posted July 1, 2010

North Shore Hebrew Academy was founded to provide an Orthodox Jewish education based on Torah and Mitzvot. Its purpose is to serve Jewish children, guiding them toward an observant Jewish life and encouraging them to continue to study Jewish and General Studies at Torah institutions of higher learning. The Academy's goals are to: 1. Develop in its students a world-view in accordance with the Torah, cultivate positive attitudes toward Judaic values, and identification with the Torah way of life. 2. Imbue a love for the Torah, the Nation of Israel, and the Land of Israel. 3. Develop the ability for independent study, encourage individuality, and cultivate the talents of each student. 4. Train students in the highest standards of general studies so they will function successfully in American society. 5. Place special emphasis on Hebrew language instruction so that all students will attain proficiency and fluency.


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  • Randolph Ross
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16 Cherry Ln
Great Neck, NY 11024
Phone: (516) 487-8687

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