Developing wise, compassionate, purposeful Jewish leaders for a modern global society

Celebrating our international community united by core values

Sharing our commitment to and love for Israel

Inspiring students to discover and cultivate talents within

Your children's school. Your family's community.

Preparing for college and beyond as global citizens with enduring Jewish identity and values

    • MonMay25 School Closed: Shavuot/ Memorial Day
    • WedMay27 Grade 9 Israel Trip
    • WedMay27 Grade 9 Israel Trip Departs
    • WedMay27 Annual Parent Meeting 7:00 PM
    • ThuMay28 Grade 9 Israel Trip
    • FriMay29 Grade 9 Israel Trip

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Call our Admission Office at (305) 931-2831 x173 or submit this form to set up a family visit. We look forward to welcoming you!


Thank you to all of our student volunteers who have helped raise awareness during this year's Kulanu Scholarship Awareness Month. Whether by asking for Kulanu donations in lieu of birthday gifts, selling lemonade, or participating in a phone-a-thon, your selflessness has made quite the difference! A special shout out to our junior Kulanu ambassadors, Dori Berman (Grade 5) and Madison Rosenblatt (Grade 5) for taking on an important leadership role and spreading Kulanu awareness in the Juda and Maria Diener Lower School. The ambassadors hosted a very successful read-a-thon to benefit Kulanu. A special thank you also goes to our Grade 6-12 Lions who participated in student-led phone-a-thons, selling raffle tickets to raise an impressive amount for Kulanu. Phone-a-thon participants include: 

  • Ruben Benzaquen (Grade 6)
  • Dylan Heller (Grade 6)
  • Jimmy Rosen (Grade 6)
  • Ashley Fincheltub (Grade 7)
  • Daniela Fincheltub (Grade 7)
  • Raquel DiMitri (Grade8)
  • Shirel Garzon (Grade 8)
  • Jayme Podgorowiez (Grade 8)
  • Sabrina Avadi (Grade 10)
  • Daniel Abbo (Grade 10)
  • Joshua Bonwitt (Grade 10)
  • Maya Cohen (Grade 10)
  • Dana Graff (Grade 10)
  • Andres Kiblisky (Grade 10)
  • Shanna Lewinsky (Grade 10)
  • Eitan Martinez (Grade 10)
  • Justin Moskovitz (Grade 10)
  • Mitch Shapiro (Grade 10)
  • Alexandra Mundlak (Grade 11)
  • Joseph Wolf (Grade 11)

Hundreds of community friends joined together this week to celebrate the graduation of the Ben Lipson Upper School Class of 2015. The Class of 2015 is filled with bright and talented students, all heading off to amazing programs, universities, and yeshivot across the country and Israel, including the University of Pennsylvania, Columbia University, University of Florida, University of Maryland, Carnegie Mellon, IDC Herzliya, Yeshiva University, Boston University and more; as well as top programs like Berklee College for Music and the University of Oregon's school of architecture. We are proud of the four seniors who represented our school's academic program at the prestigious Silver Knight Award Ceremony: Sarah Angress, Nicole Scheck, Ilana Seidel and Andrea Waxman. And, bringing the Scheck Hillel mission to life ever so brightly, Alberto Poler and Jonathan Sher are proudly enlisted to serve in the Israel Defense Forces.

Commencement festivities began May 18 at the Senior Awards Ceremony, where proud family members and friends looked on as students received awards and honor society tassels. May 19's Senior Dinner provided an opportunity for the class to come together one last time and celebrate their accomplishments with one another. View photos from both events here

On Thursday, May 21, the Diener Athletic Center was packed with community members, faculty, staff, friends and families for the Class of 2015 Commencement. This year's commencement was extra special, as it was the first graduation ceremony to ever take place right here at home. The graduates received a personalized Yeverechicha blessing from Head of School Dr. Rabbi Ezra Levy, and took in remarks from Carlos Berner, an Chair of the Board of Governors and Upper School Judaics Teacher, Rabbi Sprung, who was chosen by the class to represent faculty, as well as Mrs. Vanessa Donaher, Head of Upper School. Once they received their diplomas, the newest generation of alumni proudly moved their tassels from right to left and tossed their graduation caps in the air!

Scheck Hillel is proud to give a mazal tov to the members of the Class of 2015 and their families. May you always go from strength to strength!

    • MonMay25 School Closed: Shavuot/ Memorial Day
    • WedMay27 Grade 9 Israel Trip
    • WedMay27 Grade 9 Israel Trip Departs
    • WedMay27 Annual Parent Meeting 7:00 PM
    • ThuMay28 Grade 9 Israel Trip
    • FriMay29 Grade 9 Israel Trip
    • SatMay30 Grade 9 Israel Trip
 

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19000 NE 25th Avenue
North Miami Beach, FL 33180
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