" Clearly, there are the lessons that are in our textbooks, like algebra, chemistry and Spanish. But at RZJHS, we also learned essential midot, or values, such as diligence and morality, that you can’t find in a textbook."
By: Michael Sean Comeford
“The genesis of the idea came when Larry Adler’s daughter asked him if her 6-month-old son would have a Jewish high school to go to when he grew up.The way the story goes, six people eventually got together and laid out the plans for Chicagoland Jewish High School around the Adler family dining-room table…”
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