Friendly warm teachers. Great Shabbatons that teach the students the real meaning and beauty of Shabbos. The academics in Hebrew and English are the best. Delicious hot lunches. Your child will remember this school with happy memories for many years.
Yeshivah Ohel Moshe is a private middle school. The principal of Yeshivah Ohel Moshe is Shifra M. Stone and can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org. 106 students go to Yeshivah Ohel Moshe and are mostly Multiracial; White, non-Hispanic; and Hispanic. The student to teacher ratio at Yeshivah Ohel Moshe is 6:1. I.S. 96 Seth Low is one of the nearest middle schools.
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What an amazing school The staff is so helpful and friendly to all the students they serve breakfast and hot lunches and YOM has an all inclusive program for helping out the students family with whatever they need. This school is truly a place where your child can get a great education and be loved by the staff!
Wow. YOM is truly an amazing school. With excellent staff and wonderful educators this school really desserves 6 stars! Just to mention a few of their amazing features they serve breakfast and hot lunches EVERY day! a fully equipped library and computer lab and most of all a staff that helps out the student and their entire family. They offer food distributions to the Bensonhurst community and beyond holiday parties for the families involved and weekend Getaways. What a wonderful school to be a part of!
This school attracts insane children. I don't know why. They are VIOLENT. I got my head slammed to a wall for no good reason. Even the teachers were scared of their students! ..........And its a shame too. I went to 10 yeshivas (proves the sad state of Jewish schools). This was the only one to have a computer lab consisting of computers that were not older than the Gateway 2000 my dad had when I was 3. They had (at the time) modern iMacs! We were actually learning Algebra! Its the only Yeshiva I went to that actually took secular education seriously. Its just a shame that the kids were completely out of their minds.
Great school with great extracurricular activities. Really a pride to the community and I truly have a great experience with my son.
Its not organized and it doesn't have a good education