Learning Environment

The OROT Philosophy

OROT is a “school within a school,” created to provide essential academic, social and behavioral support to diverse learners attending Jewish day school. It is our purpose to empower diverse learners with the opportunity to experience a Jewish day school education.

 

OUR PARTNER SCHOOLS

Each of our partner schools is a community within itself―a family―that supports students in special ways. That sense of family and community is doubled when a child is also cared for by OROT. We are ever mindful of the trust placed in us and honored to be a part of our students’ lives.

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― Ivonne Mosquera

of herself and her abilities. OROT represents a space of freedom to express herself and be accepted and loved. As parents, OROT means support and not feeling alone in our journey.”

For Sarah, OROT means to feel confident

Our Curriculum

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OROT seeks to provide the best possible Jewish, secular and social curriculum, instruction and environment. We are here to meet the individual needs of students beyond the general classroom.

 

For each student we serve, the OROT team creates a leaning plan unique to that student―from thoroughly assessing specific needs, to identifying the right teacher or teachers, to understanding the teaching modalities that are most effective for a particular student. It is always our goal to spark engagement and fully illuminate learning.

Caskey Torah Academy

742 Argyle Road
Wynnewood, PA 19096
610.642.7870


Admissions Contact: Rebecca Sasson

rsassontaphila.org

Partner Schools

Perelman Jewish Day School―Forman Center

7601 Old York Road

Melrose Park, PA 19027
215.635.3130


Admissions Contact: Mindy Andelman

mandelman@pjds.org

Perelman Jewish Day School―Stern Center

49 Haverford Road

Wynnewood, PA 19096

610.658.2518


Admissions Contact: Mindy Andelman

mandelman@pjds.org

Politz Hebrew Academy

9225 Old Bustleton Avenue

Philadelphia, PA 19115

215.969.5960

Admissions Contact: Besie Katz

besiekatz@politzhebrewacademy.org

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