Careful and sensitive observation paired with non-judgemental assessment.
Learning activities designed to guide and support students to figure things out together.
Leading and following with others in order to learn and achieve more.
Study Leads to Action
“…go forth to meet the intellectual, social, and moral challenges that lie ahead…” From the Schechter Manhattan Mission
Planning for and responding to diverse student learning needs. Helping each child excel in their studies by designing educational opportunities specifically geared to each child’s interests, learning styles, and skills.
Jewish Living & Learning
Jewish practice is a source of meaning and Jewish learning has wisdom that applies to our lives. Jewish living and learning helps us to reach our goals and continues to compel us towards communal engagement.
Treating others with caring and respect even – and especially – when we disagree with them.
The habit of pausing to think about and learn from experience – for the future.
Supportive Behavior Management
Creating and teaching systems, structures, and expectations to help students learn to make good choices.
The essential conversation between parents and teachers in which each learns from the other and the child’s development is enhanced through their learning.
Hear from graduates how Schechter Manhattan shaped their futures.
Elinor Eggers Class of 2015
Odelia Lorch Class of 2014
Aliza Yaillen Class of 2009
Alumni High School Placements
Take the first step towards an excellent education.
We look forward to speaking with you. If you have any questions, please contact Chris Aguero, Co-head of School, at 212-427-9500, ext. 217.