Schechter Manhattan Reopening For Full-Time In-Person Learning This Fall: Virtual Information Session August 12, 8:00pm.


Schechter Manhattan recently announced its plans to safely welcome students back to its building five days a week this fall. 

The K-8 Jewish day school, located at 805 Columbus Avenue at 100th Street, is dedicated to growing the academic, social and emotional development of each student, emphasizing both collaborative and strategic thinking. Register HERE to attend the Schechter Manhattan virtual information session on August 12 at 8pm.

Schechter Manhattan’s Health and Safety Reopening Plan:

In preparation for reopening its doors, Schechter Manhattan built an extensive plan to protect the health and safety of its students, faculty and staff while providing an enriching in-school experience. The plan covers social distancing protocols, physical barriers, outdoor time for mask breaks, continuing to utilize technology in the classroom and more. The full reopening plan can be viewed on the Schechter Manhattan website.

Schechter Manhattan Distance learning Success:

With an emphasis on live learning supplemented by independent activities and personalized support, students continued to thrive throughout the spring after Schechter Manhattan shifted to a virtual learning curriculum at the onset of the COVID-19 crisis. The school plans to utilize these most successful tools in a variety of ways throughout the coming school year and enable students who need to remain as distance learners to do so.

Schechter Manhattan Exmissions Success:

Schechter Manhattan has a consistent track record placing graduates in the best public, specialized and independent high schools in New York City and beyond.  Schechter Manhattan balances academic excellence with personal exploration offering a curriculum firmly rooted in the 21st century,, focused on research, writing, presentations, collaboration, and self-reflection. Curriculum highlights include a robust STEAM program, working with classmates to solve real-world programs, and opportunities for each student to explore Judaism and develop their own Jewish identity.

To register for the virtual information session on August 12 at 8pm:

Questions? Please call (212) 427-9500 or email

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