The Solomon Schechter School of Manhattan will move this fall to new, larger facilities at 100th Street and Columbus Avenue. The 15,000-square-foot campus will bring the entire K-8 school under one roof in a location as first-rate as Schechter’s education has been all along. The new space will cater to the growing population of Jewish families on the Upper West Side (“On Upper West Side, A Jewish Youth Boom,” June 11).
Schechter Manhattan’s new home comes on the heels of many other noteworthy accomplishments. We have now sent five graduating classes to the best public, private, and Jewish high schools in New York, where they consistently stand out as leaders. Our first graduates are bound for terrific colleges this fall. We continue to receive awards and recognition, both regionally and nationally, for our educational excellence.
Schechter Manhattan looks forward to continuing to meet the educational needs of Jewish families raising children in its Upper West Side neighborhood, as well as those from other neighborhoods throughout the City.
Head of School
Solomon Schechter School of Manhattan
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