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Westchester Hebrew High School

Westchester Hebrew High School is a vibrant learning community. We are a Modern Orthodox, co-educational high school serving students of all religious backgrounds from the tri-state area. Our size and low student-teacher ratios are strategically geared to provide a uniquely personal and educational experience for every student. Our goal is making Torah and dedication to the State of Israel essential and relevant to our students’ everyday lives, while providing an enriching academic experience in Judaic and general studies which readies them for the world that awaits them.

Our mission is achieved by:

providing small student-teacher ratios that spur creativity, confidence, leadership and preparedness, the essential skills necessary for success in college and in life.

providing innovative academic programming designed to enable students to freely move from level to level at any time and in any subject.

maintaining a warm learning community that ensures mutual respect, encouragement and support of one another.

incorporating the values of chesed, mitzvot and midot into our core curriculum, emphasizing personal responsibility to ourselves, our school and our community.

Westchester Hebrew High School takes pride in knowing that we have taken part in producing generations of students who readily accept their responsibilities to the world-at-large as both Americans and Jews.

“Our teachers are available in and out of the classroom to make sure we succeed and that we reach our potential. They prepare us for college and beyond, encouraging us to become lifelong learners.” Jacob B., Manhattan

“Everyone feels at home at Westchester. It is easy to make friends from all grades and I know that many of my high school friends will be friends for life.” Adle W., Rockland County

“In addition to Judaic Studies classes, I have the opportunity to learn one-on-one with our rabbis and gain an understanding of how to apply what we learn in class to our lives as practicing Jews.” Levy K., Queens

“WHHS has helped me thrive in becoming a leader by allowing me to create my own clubs, participate in multiple sports, and to become active in student government. I am the president of the student body as well as of multiple clubs, in addition to captain of volleyball and soccer teams.” Shoshana G., Westchester County

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