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Message From Our Head of School

Rabbi Daniel LoewWhen you walk into RPRY, you are enveloped by warmth and belonging. The students, faculty, and parents are at home.

This special environment is part of a tradition established over 70 years ago by Rabbi Pesach Raymon. Our yeshiva is a cornerstone institution in the community, and embraces the role of providing an education of excellence, in both limudei kodesh and limudei chol, to all families who want it for their children. The educational experience that we provide recognizes the whole child, and by attending to our students' social, emotional, behavioral and spiritual development, their academic growth is enhanced as well.

From our pre-Nursery class to eighth grade, we emphasize building a relationship with Hashem and teach our students that they can serve Him in many ways: through Tefilah, mitzvot and learning Torah, through general studies and Chesed.

We are proud of the reputation that our graduates have as not only students who are well prepared academically, but also as “menschen" who are kind, self-confident, industrious and wholesome. 

We welcome you to our school community and encourage you to learn more about us by exploring our website and visiting our halls.

Rabbi Daniel Loew                                                       
Head of School

From the Desk of Rabbi Loew

This past week we had parent-teacher conferences.

As many of you may remember from an email I sent to parents in May, RPRY has a Dress Code Committee that has been hard at work examining our current policy and making plans for improvements.

I have often heard it said that our Torah is unique: unlike in other disciplines such as science or literature, nine-year-olds and ninety-nine-year-olds all learn from the same Chumash.