School choice may be a far-off for many Americans, but it is B”H a reality for Lubavitcher girls. A wide variety of high schools exist, offering choices for girls to fit their goals and personality.
A significant number of high schools are “mega-institutions,” bursting with girls and energy. This lively atmosphere helps so many of our daughters develop their potential.
Other girls will not thrive in that type of educational setting. They crave a small, warm environment where they can be recognized and not lost in the crowd.
One of these small gems is Bnos Rabbeinu High School in Chicago. Boasting small class sizes and approachable teachers, it caters to girls who are looking for a more intimate school environment.
Bnos Rabbeinu focuses on inculcating Yiras Shamayim, with a proven track record of nurturing girls to develop a true belief in Hashem and Moshiach. Each girl is helped with love and care to see the beauty in Yiddishkeit. As one student expressed it, “Bnos Rabbeinu gave me pnimius – it made Hashem real.”
With a small classroom environment, every student receives individualized attention. Classes are tailored to the skill level of each student, fostering an atmosphere of growth.
Innovative programs and a solid curriculum provide that educational structure which girls need to grow and develop into a true Bas Chabad. Courses in the arts are incorporated into the day’s schedule, fostering creativity and self-esteem. Regular farbrengens and guest speakers spark a deeper feeling in each girl.
Bnos Rabbeinu’s principal, Mrs. Tsyrl Turen, feels success in education stems from focusing on the individual. “Today the most important thing is personal guidance which is warm, caring and real. That is the key to chinuch.”
Now is the time when your daughter is developing her personal relationship with Hashem. Using the principles of education defined in Chassidus, Bnos Rabbeinu High School of Chicago can help her succeed and shine.
Bnos Rabbeinu High School is fully recognized by the Board of Education of the State of Illinois as well as the United States Department of Homeland Security to accept foreign students.
Financial need based merit scholarships are available to help every girl get the education she deserves.