The renowned Chabad “Sinai School” from Paris has recently made headlines in French media by the students scoring high marks in the French baccalaureate final exams.
The Sinai School was listed as the first two of the top ten schools in all of France.
The French newspaper “Le Parisien” reported on this remarkable accomplishment with the following title: “the schools that make miracles,” and highlighted the institutions that invest most in the success of students with low scores, and are given the tools to achieve higher achievements than expected.
The newspaper also interviewed the school’s Director, Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak Pevzner, who gave the credit to the founding Rabbi of the Sinai Schools, Rabbi Hillel Pevzner, OBM, who placed great emphasis on realizing the potential of each child and emphasizing the personal, one-on-one attention between student and teacher.
Rabbi Pevzner also credited the current leadership staff of the Sinai Schools, the principal of the Heikhal Menahem Boys High School, R’ Mordechaï Tordjeman and his assistant, Shliach Rabbi Menachem Mendel Allouche, as well as the Sinaï Girls High School principal Mrs. Sterna Kalmenson.