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DID YOU KNOW that Lubavitch has been the leader in the education of Jewish youth since before the establishment of the United States? Chabad-Lubavitch's approach to education is to instill in students Jewish values and the academic and spiritual tools to guide them throughout life.
The first Chabad school was founded in 1775 in Eastern Europe, followed in 1776 by the establishment of an institute for advanced Judaic studies in Israel. In 1897, Chabad founded its first yeshiva, or religious college, in order to incorporate its unique approach to spiritual and moral development into the general curriculum.
Last year, more than 71,000 students were enrolled in Chabad-Lubavitch schools throughout the world; more than half the pupils are recipients of scholarships. Each year, increasing numbers of students apply for admission due to the high quality secular education and religious direction offered by outstanding faculty. Chabad, as the largest Jewish private educational provider in the world is continually in demand, and lays claim the following:
In addition to outstanding day schools, Chabad offers after-school enrichment programs, Hebrew and Sunday schools, yeshivos vocational and extended day care from South America to South Africa.
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Chabad-Lubavitch's outstanding pre-schools emphasize both secular and Jewish curriculum, many using the Montessori based method in a warm and welcoming environment.
From first grade through high school, Chabad understands a child's need to belong, and thus have set up a variety of clubs and programs, each designed to focus on a specific interest.
Chabad believes that camps should be a fun and safe environment providing educational opportunities to teach children the values of sharing, tolerance, and sportsmanship.
Chabad's philosophy is that education should not be limited to the hours a child sits in a classroom, but should be a way of life.
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