The Binah School

The Binah School is a new, innovative all-girls Orthodox middle school and high school located in Sharon, MA. The Binah School combines the best of contemporary research-based education, traditional text-driven Jewish studies, interactive projects and educational technology in a student-centered classroom. Informed by adolescent development and project based learning, The Binah School prioritizes in-depth Torah knowledge, rigorous academics, individualized instruction, global citizenship, hands-on STEM (Science, Technology, Engeineering and Math) program and arts integration. The Binah School’s unique project based learning approach prepares students for college, seminary and the work force while placing central importance on the academic, emotional, social and spiritual development of each of our students- at a tuition rate that makes day school education reasonable. , The Binah School is a new, innovative all-girls Orthodox middle school and high school located in Sharon, MA. The Binah School combines the best of contemporary research-based education, traditional text-driven Jewish studies, interactive projects and educational technology in a student-centered classroom. Informed by adolescent development and project based learning, The Binah School prioritizes in-depth Torah knowledge, rigorous academics, individualized instruction, global citizenship, hands-on STEM (Science, Technology, Engeineering and Math) program and arts integration. The Binah School’s unique project based learning approach prepares students for college, seminary and the work force while placing central importance on the academic, emotional, social and spiritual development of each of our students- at a tuition rate that makes day school education reasonable.

The Binah Students have created a multimedia presentation slideshow documentary on the issue of food waste, hunger and modern day practices of gleaning. Students have incorporated Torah perspectives on the biblical practice of gleaning, on the mitzvah of not wasting and the obligation to save life into their understanding of these real world issues. Students conducted interviews, gleaned on farms and met with people who run food pantries. Student voices narrate the documentary and include audio clips from their interviews. High quality student photographs taken on their visits to farms provide incredible visual interest. This 25 minute slideshow documentary is a culmination of student work from their first semester. This product of student work is downloadable from our website and can be circulated., The Binah Students have created a multimedia presentation slideshow documentary on the issue of food waste, hunger and modern day practices of gleaning. Students have incorporated Torah perspectives on the biblical practice of gleaning, on the mitzvah of not wasting and the obligation to save life into their understanding of these real world issues. Students conducted interviews, gleaned on farms and met with people who run food pantries. Student voices narrate the documentary and include audio clips from their interviews. High quality student photographs taken on their visits to farms provide incredible visual interest. This 25 minute slideshow documentary is a culmination of student work from their first semester. This product of student work is downloadable from our website and can be circulated.


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