Rabbi Harry Halpern Day School

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  • 1256 E 21st St

    Brooklyn, NY 11210

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  • 718-253-1555

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I am a student who graduated from Rabbi Harry Halpern in 2003, and I must say it was one of the best experiences of my life. Not only did I receive an excellent education, but I made many friends in the process. The classes are small enough where any person can grow close with their fellow classmates and their teachers. Right now I have a 4.0 average in high school and I owe much of my success to my education at RHHDS.

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I am a student who graduated from Rabbi Harry Halpern in 2003, and I must say it was one of the best experiences of my life. Not only did I receive an excellent education, but I made many friends in the process. The classes are small enough where any person can grow close with their fellow classmates and their teachers. Right now I have a 4.0 average in high school and I owe much of my success to my education at RHHDS.

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My title should say it all - in other words - snob city. This is a very small private school with teachers that are second rate. My son went to kindergarten there and he was not taught a lot. The majority of the kids who attend are spoiled brats and the parents are, for the most part, very unpleasant and stuck up people who judge you by the size of your wallet and the make of your vehicle. They try to make it sound like they are concerned educators, but fact it, they have a high teacher turn over rate, as I constantly see ads in the local paper asking for teachers. They charge very high rates for tuition but the facilities are old and shabby and they dont even provide lunch.
There are far better places to send one's child.

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My title should say it all - in other words - snob city. This is a very small private school with teachers that are second rate. My son went to kindergarten there and he was not taught a lot. The majority of the kids who attend are spoiled brats and the parents are, for the most part, very unpleasant and stuck up people who judge you by the size of your wallet and the make of your vehicle. They try to make it sound like they are concerned educators, but fact it, they have a high teacher turn over rate, as I constantly see ads in the local paper asking for teachers. They charge very high rates for tuition but the facilities are old and shabby and they dont even provide lunch.
There are far better places to send one's child.

Pros: Small class size

Cons: inadequate teachers

 

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