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Menorah High School for Girls

Age group: 11 - 18
Headteacher: Mrs Esther Pearlman
Menorah High School for Girls
105 Brook Road
London
NW2 7BZ
Telephone: 020 8208 0500
Fax: 020 8452 5796

Menorah High School for Girls is a voluntary-aided secondary school for Orthodox Jewish girls located in Dollis Hill, London. The school opened in September 2001, progressively building up from Year 7, and there are now approximately 195 girls on its roll.
 
The school aims to instil in its students a firm foundation that will prepare them for a life of committed Torah observance. Using both Chol (secular) and Kodesh (Jewish studies) curricula, the school sets out to provide a broad and balanced education to enable its students to become confident, law-abiding citizens, with strong moral and spiritual values.
 


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