Kohelet Yeshiva High School Gets OK to Expand

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The Lower Merion Zoning Board approved an application for the Kohelet Yeshiva High School to expand its campus and add space for elementary and middle school divisions, the Kohelet Foundation said.

The Lower Merion Zoning Board approved an application for the Kohelet Yeshiva High School to expand its campus and add space for elementary and middle school divisions, the Kohelet Foundation said.

 

When the project is complete, the North Highland campus will house grades K – 12 in both the existing Kohelet Yeshiva High School building and an addition that will facilitate the elementary division’s progressive academic program.

 

“The new building will allow for growth that will positively impact both Yeshiva Lab School and Kohelet Yeshiva High School,” said Holly Cohen, executive director of the Kohelet Foundation.

 

“I see a huge potential for growth of the Modern Orthodox community here, now that, in addition to all of its other amenities, it will have a state-of-the-art K-12 school that reflects the values of our segment of community,” said Diane Fenner Zwillenberg, president of Kohelet Yeshiva High School.

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