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A Message From the Principal, Rabbi Joseph Oratz

ORATZ J PHOTOsmAs I walk through our hallways, I am often struck by the sense of Achdut and feeling of belonging that permeates our building. We have an incredibly well-rounded student body that reflects a broad spectrum of communities in the greater tri-state area. Our success lies in our ability to help our students not only accept this diversity, but to embrace and actually become stronger as a result of it.

When Hashem promised our Avot that He would make them into a great nation, they understood that it would comprise people with different skills, varied strengths, and diverse characteristics. Both Yaakov Avinu in his brachot to his sons and Moshe Rabeinu in his final message to each shevet recognized that to create a viable nation, a variety of traits would need to be melded together to form a strong Bnei Yisrael.

For our girls to take their place in the community as adult Jewish women, they need both the education and the inspiration to forge a strong commitment to Hashem, Torah, Eretz Yisrael and the Jewish People. Here at Bruriah we provide an exemplary education in both Jewish and General studies. Our co-curricular and extra-curricular activities are designed to inspire our students, create bonds of Achdut, and enable each girl to discover her inner strengths.

No matter where our students come from, we will help each one grow and realize her fullest potential.

No two shevatim are alike. Each one has its strengths. Together they create a strong Jewish nation. Similarly, no two students are exactly alike. As each girl develops her unique talents and abilities, not only does she grow personally, but so does the strength and Achdut of the entire Jewish people.

Much Bracha V'Hatzlacha.

 

To contact Rabbi Oratz, please click here.

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