In Hashavua Article, Yavneh News

“The community is awesome. It’s like one big Yavneh family.”

– Ramona, 5th Grade

“It’s a great place and a great school. I’ve just loved all of my years here, bonding with everyone.”

– Isaiah, 8th Grade

“I think teachers here have a wonderful knack for framing learning topics as mysteries to be unraveled and solved as opposed to content to just memorize and move on from”

– Mr. Sleep, 5th Grade Teacher

“Going through Yavneh I would see myself building as a person along with my academics”

– Solly, Class of 2020

“Something I really love about my Yavneh teachers is that because I am in such a small class, they are able to really help me 1:1 and see when I am struggling.”

– Sarah, 8th Grade

“To have a robust curriculum, with integration to other subject areas, and to make it relevant for the students and diverse so every single student no matter what type of learner they are can learn and make meaningful connections.”

– Morah Vanina, K-8 STEAM Director

“That cross-collaboration and an interdisciplinary approach are really what brings out that value of relevance.”

– Doug Hinko, Principal

“At Yavneh, we were always above the standard. I think that really helps me now in high school.”

– Naomi, Class of 2021

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