Our daughter has been so fiercely independent with her schoolwork. It’s a testament to how comfortable and supported she feels within the Senesh community.
The values Senesh has taught me around tikkun olam (repairing the world) and our responsibility for our communities—have guided me. Thank you for all that Senesh has given me and so many others.
From our “immigrant” perspective…one of the most important anchors was the school, the teachers, the staff, your preparations and immediate adaptation—and of course the community support.
I just wanted to thank you for your clear communication and implementation of stringent evidence-based mitigation measures.We feel fortunate to be sending my child to an institution that we feel is as safe as possible.
At Senesh, there isn’t just one way to practice Judaism, there are different levels of observance and Jewish backgrounds. Everyone feels welcome and belongs.
Senesh provided me with the space and personal attention to grow into a student who loves learning and is unafraid to seek help. Because of the small class sizes and expansive array of courses, I felt well-prepared to succeed in high school.
Seeing the joy, enthusiasm, and engagement the children have for their learning and for living Jewish values and being able to make teaching dynamic and meaningful is a really positive experience for us as educators.
You have really made a huge difference in the lives of so many young people, their families, and the wider community.
I knew immediately that Senesh was the perfect place for my kids and our whole family. Senesh will always be a second home to us.
I have never encountered a school like yours, the work and effort you all put into educating these kids is just admirable… Most of all your school has a soul, and love for teaching your students.