Bais Yaakov is a wonderful school. Our daughter has been there for 4 years and we have been impressed with the academics the focus on character development religious education as well as secular studies. Also we have been very pleased with the administration. From the ladies who answer the phones to the principals everyone has gone out of their way to make our experience as smooth as possible. I don't know why there have been some negative entries here. So much to be impressed with at this school. The teachers are outstanding. We love it.
Bais Yaakov Academy For Girls is a private middle school in New York. The principal of Bais Yaakov Academy For Girls is Sarah Bergman, who can be contacted at email@example.com. 708 children attend Bais Yaakov Academy For Girls and identify as White, non-Hispanic; Black, non-Hispanic; and Native American or Native Alaskan. The ratio of students to teachers at Bais Yaakov Academy For Girls is 7:1. St Mary Church Christian Academy is one of the nearest middle schools.
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I had gone there and they give a great education. Additionally they have very caring teachers as well as administration.
This school is outstanding in everyway. There is no way I can explain it. The teachers are very fair and the princapals always helps you with your problems. There are no words to describe how incredible Bais Yaakov of Queens is.
The quality of academic programs is very high. Music and art of Judaic studies seems to interest the girls at this school. Extracurricular activities and sports are not readily available however. Parents are very involved but sometimes too involved. The clerical staff members are not too friendly and very unhelpful.
I would like to inform the parents of prospective students to beware of this school's administration. I would not recommend this school for parents that dont have a strong affiliation with religion. Becuase this school is a very orthodox jewish school that implements a strict uniform policy and overall restrictive policies.