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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-12-04

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street and stands high on a
hill.
Four girls are seated on the

outdoor swing on the day I
visit. They give me a friend-

ly welcome when I explain
that I've come to visit the
school. Perly Weiser, 16, is
from Vienna; Esther Herz,
17, is from Bnei Brak in
Israel; Gittl Hollander, 19,
hails from New York; and
Tsione Cohen, 18, comes from
Cleveland.

"We're getting experiences
here that we wouldn't get
anywhere else," says Gittl as
they lead the way inside. "Be-

ing with so many girls who
are of different nationalities,
you learn a lot," adds Tsione.
Altogether, 60 girls, ages 16
to 18, study here. All are
observant Jews. They come
from diverse places — Brazil,

England, Austria, Canada
and the United States.
They eat, sleep and study
together in a comfortable old
three-story Swiss residence-
turned school.

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Before their next class
begins, my three guides
eagerly give me a tour of the
premises. They show me the
kitchen, where there's
already the smell of chicken
soup simmering as Jac-
queline Ehrentreu, wife of
Rabbi Israel Ehrentreu, the
principal of the school, super-
vises the preparation for the
Shabbat dinner.
Next we see the dining
room with windows looking
out to a garden, the two

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