As soon as visitors enter The Frisch School, they comment on the vitality of our Yeshiva. That unique energy is alive in our laboratories, beit midrash, poetry class, research center, performing arts hall, publications room, athletic fields and more.
Frisch is a vibrant religious, academic and social environment with four core values: intellectual curiosity, religious growth, kindness and passion.
Frisch’s curriculum is designed to spark the intellectual interests of our students and to motivate their continued academic pursuits. Our students challenge themselves in their studies as they develop into creative and independent thinkers.
At Frisch, we encourage our students to find religious meaning and spirituality and to translate that into a deep commitment to Judaism and Medinat Yisrael. The goal of both formal and informal educational programming is to inspire students in their religious growth and infuse into them an enthusiasm for life-long learning. Frisch’s ru’ach is palpable and memorable to students long after their high school experience.
We strive to create a culture of understanding, respect and kindness at Frisch as our students develop into thoughtfully empathetic members of Klal Yisrael. Faculty members care deeply for each student and appreciate and celebrate his/her particular strengths and contributions to the collective Frisch community. Close teacher-student relationships foster the harnessing of the unique potential of every individual student.
All Frisch students are encouraged to discover and pursue their passion among the vast opportunities available at Frisch. A plethora of academic options in both general and Judaic studies, including a host of electives and AP courses, is offered in state-of-the-art facilities. A multitude of extracurricular activities, such as chessed, Israel activism, the arts and athletics, enables students to hone their talents and develop new skills and interests. Our sprawling suburban campus provides students with the optimal environment to flourish, both inside and outside of the classroom.
We invite you to explore our website and hope you are as inspired as we are.
Rabbi Eli Ciner