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August 15, 2003 - Image 72

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-08-15

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THEY CHOSE HILLEL

"After interviewing principals
at public and private schools, the
nurturing aspect of Hillel really
stood out. The staff and teachers
build confidence and self-esteem
in our children. Our twin girls
are treated individually by their
teachers who recognize their
unique personalities and styles."

"Hillel's dual curriculum
challenges our children
to become disciplined
in their studies. Caring
teachers create an
atmosphere in which
our children thrive."

The Margolis Family—
Kim, Cheryl, Allison and Meagan

The Tukel Family
David, Debby, Bradley,
Matthew and Connor

"Hillel gives our children a
strong sense of Jewish identity
which filters into our home and
enriches our family life. The
education is excellent and the
sense of community at the
school makes us feel at home."

The Folbe Family—
Jack, Amy, Aaron,
Elana, Jonah and Aldan

Where you decide to send your children to school this year will be one of the most
important choices you make for them. When you choose Hillel, yougive your
children the gift of an outstanding education combined with a strong sense
of Jewish values, identity and community. This will provide them with the
foundation they need to discover who they are and where they want to go.

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

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

LIMITED SPACE IS
STILL AVAILABLE FOR
Fat. ENROLLMENT!

Call Helene Brody, Director of
Admissions at 248-851-3220.

SOLOMON SCHECHTER
DAY SCHOOL ASSOCIATION

WERE PART OF THE TEAM

8/15

2003

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32200 Middlebelt Rd, between Northwestern Hwy. & 14 Mile • Farmington Hills, MI 48334

Hillel Day School Of Metropolitan Detroit

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