Ateres Bais Yaakov Academy Of Rockland
Airmont, NY 10952
About This School
In 2010, Ateres Bais Yaakov Academy Of Rockland had 8 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The New York average is 13 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
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Ateres Bais Yaakov Academy Of Rockland Reviews
By a former student
This school is not the place that you want to go if you want an academic school.
This School is constantly growing
If you are looking for a warm loving school who understands every single child individually this is the school you should send to!
Your child will with no doubt grow academically and spiritually!! the school will make sure your child will achieve your goal and reach the best that she can
They are constantly working on improving the tznius standards with the girls by not providing a uniform so each child can learn right from wrong rather than going home and wear whatever they want ...
The school strives and is very into Hashkafa and involving the girls in workshops contests and on throughout the year!!
I find that the entire staff is always open to listen to a child if they have a question regarding yiddishkeit and emotional things they might be going through
Every child I have spoken to that attends Ateras Bais Yaakov when asked "Do you like school. There reply would be I love school it's so Homey!!
What more can you ask for a school to provide for you're child love, support and feeling safe and heard at school is what builds a child
I think it's a great school
I'm a student there. This school definitely has a layed back attitude if you are looking to work hard DONT COME HERE! The teachers are very nice and open to answering questions. The girls are also nice but they don't completely follow religious standards as in they have their elbows showing during school, their knees are not fully covered. and there is quiet a bit of cell phone use during school hours. So if you are looking for a layed back, no work, modern girls then come here otherwise a different school would be a better option. :)