מידע // About Pelech School
- Ranked as top ten school in Israel
- Winner of Israel Education Prize
- 100% matriculation degrees
- 100% service in IDF or in National Service programs
- 320 students between 7-12th grades
- Average class size – 30 students
- Electives in : Talmud, History, Literature, Art, Music, Theater, Physics, Biology, Chemistry, including advanced sciences and technology course
- Arabic, French or Yiddish is required as a third language in addition to English
Our Success Stories
- 20% or our recent graduates are in senior level management positions, in high-tech, financial services, government, NGOs, social justice programming and school principals.
- 15% of are recent graduates are physicians
- 15% of our recent graduates are lawyers with one graduate who is Legal Advisor to the President
- 12% are psychologists or mental health experts with experience in academia and research
- 10% are academics in economics, sciences, history and physics
- 7% are writers or artists and two of our graduates won pizes in their respective fields
- Two of our graduates are well known in their respective sectors. One is a senior high tech executive and advisor to the Knesset in this area and another is the Director General of a well-known social justice NGO
- 20% of our graduates are teachers and some are in senior positions in the Ministry of Education
- Educate the next generation of Jewish girls in the spirit of religious tradition and open-minded pluralism while redefining the role of religious women in Israeli society.
- Emphasize democracy, social awareness and tolerance towards others as well as social responsibility and citizenship.
- Build bridges between religious and secular sectors through joint classes and activities.
- Remain at the forefront of academic innovation and excellence and advance the standard of education in Israel.
Shira Breuer has been the principal for more than 22 years. The school has experienced, dynamic teachers who ensure the ongoing development of innovative curricula and teaching method. Their personal involvement in the educational process and well-being of the students creates a warm, family atmosphere at the school. Every student selects a counselor from the teaching faculty to discuss their personal progress.
Pelech's Innovative Programs
Pelech was the first religious school to introduce:
- Talmud for girls in a Beit Midrash setting
- Women’s Studies Curriculum
- Arabic, French or Yiddish is required as a third language, in addition to English
- Theater and plastic arts for matriculation exams
- Tanach and the Arts, recognized by the Ministry of Education
- Interdisciplinary Curriculum for the Humanities
Pelech students are required to volunteer at Jerusalem institutions.
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