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The Detroit Jewish News, 2012-05-10

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complex owned by the school across
from Mishkan Israel. The purchase
of the building was enabled by a
donation and interest-free loan from
Sheldon Yellen of Bloomfield Hills,
CEO of Belfor USA. Until that time,
students boarded with families in
the community. The future use of
the building has not yet been deter-
mined.
The educational building will be
large enough for 180 students and
will include a large study hall, where
daily and Shabbat prayer services
will be held as well as eight large
classrooms, a dining room, teachers'
lounge and staff offices.
The outdoor area will include bas-
ketball courts and a courtyard.
The hope, according to Stein, is
that once the campus is complete, the
school will attract more students.
"We already hired two new staff
members at the beginning of this
school year in preparation for our
future growth:' he said. "Next year, we
will hire an additional two and con-
tinue our growth slowly"
The campus was built with the
space option to add 20 dorm rooms
for 60 students and a second level to
the main building. There is no fund-
ing yet for this phase. An endowment
campaign has been launched to raise
$10 million for the campus upkeep.
The new Lubavitch Yeshiva
Educational Center is being built
on land on West Ten Mile Road in
Oak Park, between Coolidge and
Greenfield roads on the former sites

of Machon L'Torah, a vacant home
and land owned by Jewish Federation
of Metropolitan Detroit.
"Both structures were torn down
in preparation for the new building;'
Stein said.

A Dream Come True
Stein's parents, Rabbi Bentzion and
Chana Stein, principal of the school's
girls elementary division, came to
the Detroit area as shluchim from
Brooklyn, N.Y., to teach at the school
in 1973. After nearly 40 years here,
Stein, a director of the school, looks
forward to moving to the new cam-
pus.
"It is unbelievable; a dream we
didn't believe would ever come true
he said. "Now the students will have a
spacious, modern campus with every
convenience they can dream of. This
will surely impact their daily studies
and help give them a rich Jewish edu-
cation to become the future Jewish
ambassadors to the world."
There are 75 Chabad-based schools
in the U.S., not including the many
preschools, with about 35 with
high school and rabbinical school
divisions. The Lubavitch Yeshiva
Educational Center has one of the
highest rates of graduates who go on
to become Chabad shluchim.
Stein said, "We are registered with
the Department of Education as are
all Michigan private schools. The old-
est grade just over high school is reg-
istered as a branch of the Michigan
Jewish Institute, an accredited college
in the state of Michigan!'
The school's girls division, the
Lillian Schwartz Education Center,

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