Rohr Bais Chaya Academy, in partnership with Chabad of Coral Springs, has just received unanimous approval from the Architectural Review Committee and the Planning & Zoning Committee of the City of Coral Springs for a new, state-of-the-art dormitory building on the Chabad campus.
The Commissioners will meet on June 18th to finalize the proposal and ratify the zoning committee’s recommendation. Upon approval, Rohr Bais Chaya plans to complete construction by the summer of 2015.
The dormitory will house up to 98 students, include 36 bedrooms, a large multi-purpose/dining room, commercial kitchen, two computer rooms, two living rooms, two study areas, a library, laundry rooms, recreational gardens and an exercise area.
Since, as of September, 2014, there will be only three Chabad high schools with dormitory facilities outside of New York city, and they are all full to capacity, with no expansion plans due to the large influx of local children in those communities, Rohr Bais Chaya’s new dorm will enable high school girls to gain a well-rounded, Chassidishe education in a warm and welcoming school that is accredited by the Association of Independent Schools of Florida, rhe Middle States Association – one of the six national accrediting agencies, and Merkos L’Inyonei Chinuch.
Rohr Bais Chaya Academy has been committed since its inception to ensuring that local families, and those living in far-flung cities, be afforded the opportunity to provide for their daughters a quality education in both Limudei Kodesh and Limudei Chol, in an atmosphere of enthusiasm and joy in learning and growing, while surrounded with devoted and caring teachers.
Recognizing that dormitory life is a crucial part of a girl’s high school experience, Rohr Bais Chaya is investing huge amounts of time, energy, and financial resources to create the perfect home away from home for out of town students. Once the building is complete, it will be infused with Chassidishe ruach born of consistently positive activity overseen by capable, dedicated dorm counselors and a dorm mother.
The estimated cost of the dormitory construction is approximately $2,600,000 for the completed structure. A capital campaign is underway and many dedication opportunities are available. For further information, please contact Rabbi Moshe Rabin, 954-788-8781, ext 218.
Only a few spaces are still available for next year. For an application, please visit www.rohrbaischaya.com