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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-05-09

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At Hillel Day School our students learn a love for Torah, pride in their Jewish heritage and a fierce loyalty to

the land of Israel. Standardized test results show our students are among the nation's top achievers in math,

science and English. Outstanding programming in athletics, the arts and a value-based education, complete

the picture making Hillel a place where Jewish children are given the tools they need to discover who

they are and where they want to go.

Hillel Day School is accredited by ISACS, the Independent Schools Association of the Central States.

HILLEL
DAY

To schedule a tour and learn more about Hillel Day School, call Rochelle lczkovitz,

Director of Admissions at 248-851-3220.

A graduated tuition structure and financial

assistance are available to help make Jewish

education more accessible.

HILLEL DAY SCHOOL
OF METROPOLITAN DETROIT

AND THE GOLDMAN-HERMELIN EDUCATION FOUNDATION
AT THE SCHOSTAK FAMILY CAMPUS

THE MALA & HENRY DORFMAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

WERE PART OF THE TEAM

SOLOMON SCHECHTER
DAY SCHOOL ASSOCIATION

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32200 MIDDLEBELT ROAD BETWEEN 13 & 14 MILE • FARMINGTON HILLS, MICHIGAN 28334 • 248) 851-3220 • www.hillelday.org .

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