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Fast Facts

Some quick things you’d probably like to know

Number of Students Enrolled

There are a total of 208 students enrolled at Kohelet Yeshiva for the 2017-2018 school year.  

    • Lab School (K-2): 64
    • Middle School (6-7): 32
    • High School (9-12): 112
 

Where Our Students Come From
Our students come from a variety of Philadelphia-area communities, including Allentown, Center City, Lower Merion Township, Northeast Philadelphia, Overbrook Park, Yardley, as well as the following places in New Jersey - Cherry Hill and Twin Rivers.

Academic Hours
Lab School (K-5): 8:30am -4:00pm
Middle School (6-8): 8:00am-4:30pm
High School: 7:55am-4:53pm
In the winter, all divisions end at 1:30pm on Fridays

College and Yeshivot/Midrashot Acceptances
Please see the below PDF - School Profile 2017 - to view the colleges and Yeshivot/Midrashot to which our graduates have been accepted.

  
What percentage of the day given to Limudei Kodesh vs. General Studies?
In all three divisions of Kohelet Yeshiva, time is split evenly between Limudei Kodesh and General Studies.
 
What classes are co-ed and what classes are single gender?
Grades K-5 are completely co-ed.  Classes in grades 6-8 for both Limudei Kodesh and General Studies are single gender.  Classes in grades 9-12 for both Limudei Kodesh and General Studies are single gender with the exception of AP classes, Math, and some math-based sciences.
 
What is Tuition at Kohelet and do you offer Financial Aid?
Click Here to see our tuition schedule and financial aid process. 
 
What percentage of Kohelet Yeshiva students receive need-based financial aid?
Two thirds of our students receive some form of financial aid.

 

Accreditation
Kohelet Yeshiva is accredited by the Pennsylvania Association of Independent Schools (PAIS) and the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools.