New York’s Rabbi Arthur Schneier Park East Day School

by NYC Firm Schools on April 7, 2009

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The Park East Day School is one of New York City’s finest Private Jewish days schools. Founded over 25 years ago by a world-renowned leader in human rights and religious freedom, the school has a rich reputation of both individual and academic excellence.

The Park East Day School is an exceptional coeducational Jewish day school whose mission is to provide an inclusive secular and Jewish environment in which excellence in general studies and in the study and appreciation of Jewish traditions, values and heritage is seamless and integrated. The School’s administration and faculty strive to inspire and instill pride in one’s Jewish identity and to guide students to develop essential social, personal and academic communication skills based on their individual talents and abilities, thereby gaining acceptance into New York’s finest high schools. Founded by its visionary dean, Rabbi Arthur Schneier, known worldwide for his work and dedication to religious freedom and human rights, Park East Day School is located in the heart of the Upper East Side of Manhattan.

The Park East Day School is an excellent private school located on East 68th street in NYC. It is a Jewish, co-educational day school serving children in Pre-kindergarten through 8th grade. Park East Day School has a student teacher ratio is about 12:1, with an average of 7 hours of classroom time a day. The school’s calendar is 165 vs. the 180 in public schools.

The Congressional Gold Medal Act, which awards the Congressional Gold Medal to citizens, is an honor bestowed to few, but on Mar 12, 2009: Bill H.R. 1484, introduced by Rep. Carolyn Maloney [D-NY], was Referred to the House Committee on Financial Services,

with the purpose of awarding the Congressional Gold Medal to Rabbi Arthur Schneier in recognition of his pioneering role in promoting religious freedom and human rights throughout the world for close to half a century.

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