About Rochelle Zell

In 2001, a visionary group of leaders in Chicago set out to create a new high school that would combine the very best of the humanities, sciences, fine arts and Jewish studies together. They envisioned a place where students attending day schools could continue their Jewish education during the years that have the greatest impact on their Jewish identity. These leaders foresaw a place where public school students entering high school could deepen their understanding and appreciation of their Jewish heritage.

 

This dream is now alive at Rochelle Zell Jewish High School.

 

Since the beginning, Rochelle Zell has earned a national reputation for its commitment to academic excellence. Every year, more Chicago-area families are discovering how Rochelle Zell’s outstanding faculty, integrated general and Judaic studies curriculum, vibrant community and exciting student life provides Jewish high school students with a unique opportunity to achieve their full potential.

 

In whatever professions our students choose, they graduate from Rochelle Zell with the knowledge, confidence and skills to follow their own dreams while remaining steadfast to their Jewish heritage.

 

We welcome you to get to know us better. To schedule a visit or a tour, please contact Riv Lynch, Director of Admissions, at admissions@rzjhs.org or 847.470.6700.

 

Statement of Non-Discrimination

Rochelle Zell Jewish High School admits students of any race, color, nationality, sexual orientation, gender identity, or ethnic origin and grants them the rights, and offers them privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to all students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, nationality, sexual identity, gender identity, or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admission policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletics or other school administered programs. Guidelines of the Conservative Movement are observed.

"RZJHS taught me how to be an individual, how to think critically, and to how contribute to a larger community."

Sydni C. '09
Alumna

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