A new Chabad seminary, for girls coming out of highschool, will be opening in the historic city of Prague, led by shluchim Rabbi Manis and Dini Barash. The student body will be kept to a maximum of 25 girls.
A new Chabad seminary for girls coming out of highschool, will be opening in the historic city of Prague.
Prague’s Shluchim, Rabbi Manis and Dini Barash, will be hosting the new Seminary. With years of experience in education, they have designed a unique curriculum and learning program, combined with a first-hand shlichus experience.
“We are excited to announce that after extensive preparations, a new Chabad Seminary (Shana Alef) will be opening in the beautiful, central European city of Prague, for the upcoming 5783 school year,” they said.
The seminary will offer high level classes, chavrusah learning, farbrengens and exciting programs, all in a warm, Chassidishe atmosphere.
Throughout the year, the girls will also have the opportunity to visit many European Jewish landmarks on special, organized, fun trips.
“Special care and attention will be given to the needs of the girls, which will be kept to a group of 25 so as to make sure each one gets individualized attention,” Rabbi Barash told Anash.org.
For more information and application, visit the website at https://chabadprague.cz/en/seminary/.
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