About Bnos Yisroel


To educate each individual student in a nurturing Torah environment while instilling in her a love of Yiddishkeit, self-esteem, and a lasting commitment to family, community and Klal Yisroel as she charts her unique path in Avodas Hashem.


Bnos Yisroel commits to recognize, appreciate, and develop each student’s unique potential promoting academic success and the development of her positive self-image.

Towards this end, Bnos Yisroel will:

  • Partner with our parent body to ensure that the efforts of the school are supported and encouraged at home
  • Engage qualified and dedicated educators who serve as role models
  • Provide a challenging curriculum of Judaic and general studies within a warm and supportive environment
  • Encourage and nurture strengths, while addressing weaknesses in a positive manner
  • Emphasize the development of middos tovos in a manner which enhances confidence, self-esteem and healthy interaction
  • Apply school policies sensibly and make decisions in consultation with Daas Torah

Thank you for making Bnos Yisroel such an amazing, creative, innovative, patient, and warmhearted place to learn, through pandemics and tweenagers. I sincerely bentch you that HKB”H should continue to give you the kochos to endure and to persist in reaching every one of your talmidos and may you share incredible nachas from every single one, knowing your direct impact.

- High School parent

So many of my smiles begin with Bnos Yisroel

- A 5th grader

I wanted to take a minute to tell you that I was impressed with the career day assignment and fair. It had clear guidelines, a clear goal that was fun for the students to produce and a lot of life lessons to be learned. I found that my daughter was guided through each step by her teacher so she knew what was good and what she still needed to work on. The end product- The Career Day Fair- was impressive to walk into and each girl’s beautifully designed board and career related attire had a professional ambience that the girls could take pride in. Thank you!

- MS Parent

I love Bnos Yisroel! I want to give it a hug!

- A Preschool Student

…From my Maalot students, I am constantly impressed by my Bnos students who have such good middos and they believe in themselves and Hashem.

-A Maalot Teacher

All of you are so devoted and dedicated to raising happy children who are ovdei Hashem and really believe in themselves which is a rarity.

- An Elementary School Parent

To me, leaving home in the morning and dropping her off at school has always been equal to - leaving home…… and dropping her off at her other home. A home where I knew she was literally enveloped in love, care, safety, concern for her wellbeing…. knowing that when she went off to school, she was being watched by people who would show the same amount of care that I would, people who only wanted the best for her.

- A Middle School Parent

I just couldn’t get over the fact that while teachers were having “summer vacation,” they were spending their time planning because they loved my child. And while the administration had a million other things on their minds, they were taking the time to review my own child’s name, progress, academic and social needs…

- A grateful parent

I have taught in many Jewish schools all over the United States. Right from the beginning, it was evident that the administration at Bnos Yisroel respects and supports its teachers…Mrs. Itzkowitz and Mrs. Heyman are very open to new ideas and show a great degree of flexibility so that we teachers can work with them to expand the program…

The administrators are very well aware of what is going on in the classroom. They visit the classes on a regular basis and interact with the children in many positive ways. They know their names, they know who they are and they strive to find the best methods for each child…

I am very happy to be part of the Bnos Yisroel team.

– Mrs. Caela Kaplowitz

I always loved coming to parent orientation at Bnos. I could feel the energy and excitement that the teachers had for starting out the school year.

- A parent reflecting on the Bnos Yisroel Spirit