About This School
In 2010, Dalet School had 11 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The Pennsylvania average is 14 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
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Dalet School Reviews
As a former student of the school, I feel I can speak accurately on reviewing this school. Although I am happy to not have been in an environment where i didn't have to worry about drugs or school violence from peers, I do not feel it prepared me for the "real world". I found the schools ideals to be extreme when it came to " separating themselves from the world" And also, some of their rules and guidelines I still find uncomfortable to cope with ( ie.our outfits being inspected every morning by our MALE teacher, the use of a wood stove to heat our school, the use of corporal punishment: I was once spanked for reading ahead in my social studies book) Personally, I feel that things went down that were very illegal but being that they were a religious private school, they got away with it. Overall I do not recommend this school at all. You are much better off sending your kids to a good public school or homeschooling.
It's a good school but it isn't elaborate or decorative. It's an institution that I believe, provides children a really good foundation for the rest of their lives. The subjects are taught in a spiritual and peaceful environment and due to the small class sizes, teachers can spend more time with individual students. Children really seem to enjoy Dalet School, and it's a real blessing for those parent s who want to see their children grow up, not just to be intelligent, but also be moral assets to society.
At the moment, Dalet school is primarily for children of parents in the Assemblies of Yahweh,but I'd contact the Assemblies of Yahweh, Bethel PA 19507, to find out more.