Mrs. Michal Schochet, Judaic Studies Principal, email@example.com
Mrs. Schochet holds a B.A. in Judaic Studies from Yeshiva University. Before moving to Boca Raton, Mrs. Schochet taught in Midreshet Moriah, a post-high school seminary for girls in Israel. In 2002, Mrs. Schochet joined the Judaic Studies faculty at Katz Yeshiva High School in Boca Raton and taught Chumash, Navi, Halacha and Hashkafa to students from 9th-12th grades. Her dynamic teaching style has helped her establish profound and long-lasting relationships with her students. She serves as a role model and continues to inspire teenagers both in and out of the classroom.
Dr. Hal Levy, General Studies Principal, firstname.lastname@example.org
With over a decade of experience in the field, Dr. Levy is dedicated to the academic, personal, and spiritual growth of his students. Dr. Levy began his career teaching middle school general and Judaic studies at Yeshiva of Central Queens and Manhattan Day School. Most recently, he served as a history teacher and the Director of Student Activities at Rae Kushner Yeshiva High School in Livingston, New Jersey.
Through his undergraduate coursework at Queens College, Dr. Levy became licensed as a social studies teacher for grades seven through twelve in New York State. In addition, he completed a masters degree in special education from Hofstra University. In 2019, Dr. Levy earned a doctoral degree in Jewish education and administration from the Azrieli Graduate School at Yeshiva University, conducting research on Jewish day school teachers’ use of educational technology.
Rabbi Moshe Schochet, Head of School, email@example.com
Rabbi Schochet moved to Boca, Raton, FL in 2002 along with his wife, Michal, to join the Boca Raton Community Kollel. In 2005, Rabbi Schochet joined the Judaic Studies faculty at Katz Yeshiva High School in Boca Raton where he served as guidance counselor, Gemara Department Chair, and Director of Alumni Services. In 2015, Rabbi Schochet became the Principal of Judaic Studies at the RASG Hebrew Academy of Miami Beach. Rabbi Schochet graduated with a B.A. in Psychology from Yeshiva University in 1999, and received his Smicha from Yeshiva University in 2003. He holds a Masters Degree in counseling from Pace University and a certificate in Educational Leadership from Yeshiva University. Rabbi Schochet's insightful classes stimulate students and his charismatic personality has created enduring relationships with his students. Rabbi Schochet recently published his first sefer, Timeless Torah: Inspiring Messages From the Parshah.
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