School Profile 2019-2020

COURSE OFFERINGS 19000 Northeast 25th Avenue North Miami Beach, 33180 MATH ENGLISH FINE & PERFORMING ARTS Algebra 1 CP, H English 1-4 CP, H Visual Arts Levels 4, 5 CP P: 305.931.2831 Algebra 2 CP, H English 4 Capstone Senior Portfolio Development 2D H F: 305.931.3903 Geometry CP, H Seminar CP, H AP Studio Art: Drawing eHillel.org Pre-Calculus CP, H AP English Language & AP Studio Art: 2D Design Calculus H Composition AP Studio Art: 3D Design CEEB Code: 101234 AP Calculus AB AP English Literature & Band CP AP Calculus BC Composition Orchestra CP Statistics H Instrumental Technique 4 H ENROLLMENT Math for College Readiness Instrumental Ensemble 4 H Total Students: 1,100 Multivariable Calculus Ulpan (Introduction to Band 5, 6 H Hebrew) Orchestra 5, 6 H Seniors: 79 SCIENCE Hebrew Language Music Technology and Sound High School: 305 Earth & Space Science CP, H Experience CP Levels 1-3 Engineering CP (Elective) Biology CP, H, AP Hebrew Language H Chemistry CP, H, AP Levels 1-7 ADDITIONAL REQUIRED Physics CP, H COURSES GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Anatomy & Physiology JUDAIC STUDIES Design/STEM As a member of the Class of 2020, CP, H Mechina/New Stream Fine or Performing Art a student must earn 31.5 credits in Environmental Science CP (for new students): Health Grades 9-12 for graduation, although AP Physics 1 , Holidays, Traditions Physical Education transfer students may not be required AP Physics C Classical Writing for College Readiness to fulfill all Judaic Studies credits. Medieval Jewish History 10th Grade Thesis DESIGN/STEM Modern Jewish History PSAT/PACT Prep SAT/ACT Prep Design/STEM CP, H English (Includes Senior Seminar) 4 College & Career Readiness Engineering H Grades 9-11: Yahadut Math 4 Engineering & Education Science 4 ELECTIVES Entrepreneurship H Jewish Thought Social Studies 4 Personal Finance AP Computer Science Jewish Ethics Hebrew Language 3 Business Development Principles Classical Jewish History CP, H Judaic Studies Yearbook AP Computer Science A Medieval Jewish History (Rabbinics, Jewish History, Seminar) 7 CP, H Journalism Design/STEM .5 Experiential Learning Program SOCIAL STUDIES Modern Jewish History Fine/Performing Arts 1 Eastern & Western CP, H COURSE LEVELS & DESCRIPTIONS Personal Fitness/Health 1 Heritage CP, H Grades 9-11: Beit Midrash -No Designation: Courses Tefilah (Prayer) 2 Rabbinic History H that fulfill school graduation World History CP, H requirements. Electives 1 US History CP, H Biblical Literature Total: 31.5 American Government CP, H –College Prep (CP): Courses that help Economics CP, H Grade 12: students meet the stringent scholastic requirements for entry into college. Seniors are required to complete 100 hours AP US History Judaic Studies Capstone Senior Seminar of community service. Students may also AP World History –Honors (H): Courses that are more elect dual enrollment through Florida AP European History or academically demanding and taught International University (FIU), and may AP Psychology Beit Midrash Talmud H at a faster pace. take classes through Florida Virtual School AP Human Geography –Advanced Placement (AP): Courses (FLVS). AP American Government that are taught at the college level & Politics and culminate in a national exam to AP Comparative Government determine college credit. Students DUAL CURRICULUM must complete prerequisite courses In addition to meeting general studies requirements, Scheck Hillel students complete the Judaic Studies curriculum, which before enrolling in AP-level classes. comprises seven additional credits. Rigorous coursework over nine class periods is illustrative of our students’ ability to manage Courses with insufficient enrollment a heavy workload. However, this may limit the number of AP and elective courses they may take. may not be offered.

SAT MEAN SCORES-CLASS OF 2019 ACT MEAN SCORES-CLASS OF 2019 GRADING SCALE (%) A+ 97-100 C+ 77-79 Scheck A 94-96 C 74-76 Scheck Hillel Florida National Weighted GPA max: A- 90-93 C- 70-73 Hillel Florida National English 28 20 19 4.87 B+ 87-89 D 65-69 ERW 613 536 522 Math 26 21 19 B 84-86 F 64 and Math 633 531 493 Reading 28 21 21 Unweighted GPA B- 80-83 below Science 28 21 20 max: 4.33 Scheck Hillel does not rank students.

Vanessa Donaher, Head of School Alexandra Gonzalez, Director of College Counseling Dr. Ezra Levy, Rabbinic Head Deidra Bauld, College Counselor Christopher Johnson, Director of High School Giselle Sabalsa-Administrative Assistant, College Counseling College and Gap Year Program Acceptances (2016-2019) Scheck Hillel students continue to broaden the scope of higher education opportunities throughout the and abroad. These include public and private universities, Ivy League colleges and yeshivot (seminary). Below is the list of college acceptances for Scheck Hillel students over the past four years. The Class of 2019 earned more than $4 million in college merit scholarships and nearly 40% chose to attend Israel Gap Year programs before enrolling in their colleges of choice.

Adelphi University Lynn University University of Agnes Scott College Marymount University University of North Florida Allegheny College College of Pharmacy University of Notre Dame American Musical & Dramatic Academy Miami Dade College University of American University Miami International University of Art & Design University of Pittsburgh State University Michigan State University University of Aurora University New World School of the Arts University of Salford, Babson College Institute of Technology University of South Florida - University of Southern Barry University State University University of Tampa Bentley University Northeastern University University of at Austin Binghamton University Northwestern University University of Boston College Nova Southeastern University University of Wisconsin - Stout Boston University State University Valencia College Brandeis University Vanderbilt University Broward College Wake Forest University Champlain College Pennsylvania State University Wartburg College City College of New York University in St. Louis Clark University Purdue University Wentworth Institute of Technology Concordia University Rutgers University West University Cornell University San Francisco State University Western State University Culinary Institute of America Santa Fe College Worcester Polytechnic Institute DePaul University Savannah College of Art and Design Xavier University Drexel University School of University Duke University Smith College Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University St. John’s University ISRAEL GAP-YEAR PROGRAM Emerson College St. Thomas University ACCEPTANCES Emmanuel College Stern College for Women - Aardvark Israel Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising Stetson University Aish HaTorah (Gesher) Florida Atlantic University Stony Brook University Interdisciplinary Center (IDC) Herzliya Florida Gulf Coast University Suffolk University Midreshet Amit Florida Institute of Technology Swarthmore University Midreshet HaRova Florida International University Syracuse University Ohr Sameach (Derech) Florida Polytechnic University Texas A&M University Shnat Hajshara Florida State University Tel Aviv University Tufts University The Israel Experience at Bar-Ilan University Full Sail University Tulane University Yeshivat Ashreinu George Washington University University of Yeshivat Eretz Hatzvi Institute of Technology University of Arizona Hartford University University of California, Berkeley Yeshivat Lev Zion Haverford College University of California, Davis Yeshivat Heidelberg College University of Central Florida Yeshivat Migdal HaTorah Hofstra University University of - Boulder Yeshivat Torah Shraga IDC Herzliya University of Connecticut Young Judaea Year Course University - Bloomington University of Ithaca College University of Denver Jewish Theological Seminary University of Florida ACCREDITATION Johns Hopkins University University of Georgia Southern Association of Colleges and Centre University of Hartford Schools/AdvancEd State University University of Houston Association of Independent Schools of Florida Lasell College University of - Urbana Champaign (AISF) LIM College (Laboratory Institute of University of National Council for Private School Merchandising) University of Massachusetts, Amherst Accreditation (NCPSA) University, Post University of Massachusetts, Boston Member, National Association of Independent Loyola University - University of Miami Schools (NAIS)

From early childhood through Grade 12, Scheck Hillel Community School educates and inspires students to become exemplary global citizens with enduring Jewish identity, values and a commitment to the State of Israel, through a college preparatory curriculum and meaningful co-curricular experiences, guided by Orthodox teachings and set within a nurturing, diverse community. Scheck Hillel is one of the world’s largest Jewish community day schools and a National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence.

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