Lev Chana Early Childhood Center 291 Meadowview Ave, Hewlett, NY11557 The Lev Chana Early Childhood Center is part of the Hebrew Academy of Long Beach. The school strives to develop…More children's academic and social skills with specialty programs in music, library, art, computers and physical activity. Rabbi Dr. Shmuel Klammer is the principal of the school, and Betty Shusterman is the director of early childhood.
Woodmere Middle School strives to create an environment where students can learn and take risks, as well as become…More more responsible. The school wants students to recognize their individuality and maximize their potential.
Woodmere Middle School was renovated for the 2010-11 school year, which included the complete remodeling of the exterior of the school. Rick Berkowitz is its principal.
Mesivta Ateres Yaakov 131 Washington Ave, Lawrence, NY11559 Mesivta Ateres Yaakov is a yeshiva high school for boys. Rabbi Binyomin Kamenetzky, who also founded Yeshiva of South…More Shore, bought the original land where a school grew into Ateres Yaakov. The school moved into its current location, which used to house Temple Sinai, in 2010. Rabbi Mordechai Yaffe and Rabbi Sam Rudansky are the principals of the school.
Number Four School 87 Wanser Ave, Inwood, NY11096 The Number Four School serves as the Lawrence School District's early childhood education center. The school's principal…More is Ann Pedersen. The children in the school attend a full-day program where they learn through play. The goal is to build students' social skills and self-awareness.
Hewlett Elementary School 1570 Broadway, Hewlett, NY11557 Hewlett Elementary School was built in 1929, expanded in 1949 and refurbished and expanded again in 1993. The school…More boasts of its family atmosphere where every child and staff member is important. The curriculum takes the best of tradition and combines it with the latest developments in education and technology. The school's principal is Sandra Pensak.
Number Two School 1 Donahue Ave, Inwood, NY11096 Number Two School is one of two elementary schools in the Lawrence School District. Its principal is Cindy Lee.…More According to Lee, the school's goal is to challenge students to think and become "peacemakers." The faculty attempts to build students' character.
Lawrence Middle School 195 Broadway, Lawrence, NY11559 Lawrence Middle School serves students in grades five through eight in the Lawrence School District. The school's…More principal is George Akst. Notably, Verizon Wireless filmed a commercial in front of the school in 2008.
Rambam Mesivta 15 Frost Ln, Lawrence, NY11559 Rambam Mesivta is a yeshiva high school for boys. The head of the yeshiva is Rabbi Zev Friedman and its principal is…More Rabbi Yotav Eliach. Rambam says most of its graduates go on to continue learning the Torah in Israel. The school also features a gifted program with extra learning in Gemorah, science and math.
The Franklin Early Childhood Center strives to make the transition from home to school as comfortable and easy as…More possible for parents and children. The staff tries to foster individual growth and help a child grow to his or her full potential.
The Hewlett-Woodmere district established its early education program in 1966 and opened the Franklin school in 1983. The principal of the school is Bonnie Epstein.
Hebrew Academy of the Five Towns and Rockaway Elementary School 33 Washington Ave, Lawrence, NY11559 Hebrew Academy of the Five Towns and Rockaway (HAFTR) Elementary School strives to meet the individual needs of each of…More its students. Along with standard classroom experience, students also take part in reading and writing workshops, problem-solving tests and assessments. The school also features music and art programs, field trips and evening programming. Central to the lower school's curriculum is Judaic studies, including the Hebrew language. Joy Hammer is principal of the school.
HAFTR Middle School 44 Frost Ln, Lawrence, NY11559 The curriculum of HAFTR Middle School involves general and religious studies, as well as art, music and writing…More workshops. Since many students are approaching the age of their Bar/Bat Mitzvahs, the school strives to stress the importance of the Jewish commandments and being a responsible adult through the perspective of the Torah. Students also go on class trips and participate in student government, clubs and athletics. Rabbi Dovid Kupchik is principal of the school.
George W. Hewlett High School 60 Everit Ave, Hewlett, NY11557 Hewlett High School serves students within the Hewlett-Woodmere School District. In addition to academics, the school…More features the Bulldogs sports teams and many clubs. Its students have a long history of community service. The school stresses to its students the three R's: responsibility, respect and reason. It also offers college-credit courses from Syracuse University Project Advance and Long Island University. Thomas Russo is the principal of the school.
Yeshiva Ketana moved from North Woodmere into its new facility in Inwood in 2007. The school's goal is to teach a…More love of Torah and to emphasize the skills that are needed in learning Torah to its students as well as having a strong general studies program. Each classroom features SMART Boards that are utilized by teachers and rabbis.
The school features small classrooms, which allows the teachers to remain on top of their students and in close contact with parents. Rabbi Zvi Bajnon is the principal.
Davis Renov Stahler Yeshiva High School for Boys 700 Ibsen St, Woodmere, NY11598 The Davis Renov Stahler Yeshiva High School for Boys is part of the Hebrew Academy of Long Beach. In addition…More to teaching secular studies based on New York State standards, the high school strives to instill in its students a commitment to the study of Torah, community service and Israel. Rabbi Yisroel Kaminetsky and Harvey Feldman are the principals of the school.
Shalhevet is the sibling school of Rambam Mesivta, the high school yeshiva for boys. Shalhevet strives to teach its…More students an appreciation and love for the learning of the Torah and to be good and modest Jews. Its goal is for the students to become leaders.
The school says it has a merit-based admission policy, granting entry to those who it says would benefit most from the program. Its students hail from Long Island, Queens, Brooklyn and Staten Island. Shalhevet prides itself on being a small school by design. The head of the school is Rabbi Zev Meir Friedman and its principal is Esther Eisenman.