Ateres Bnos Yerushalyim
Posted 13 November 2011 - 05:20 PM
Posted 07 December 2011 - 11:38 PM
I know this is totally not what people base seminary on (or at least I hope not) their building is nice and they are in a great neighborhood - Ramot is gorgeous!!!
Posted 01 January 2012 - 01:45 AM
Mrs. Solomon - even though her class is hard - you learn a ton!!! You will learn Navi in a way that you have never learned before!!
Got emunah? - Which teachers taught in your seminary that also taught at Ateres? What did you like about them?
Mrs. Koenig - she is just brilliant!!! I had her for Medrash and she really made you think in a way that you never really thought before.
Mrs. Cohen - she teaches Chinuch and in such a great way - I don't really know how to describe it.
I think that is it. Those are the teachers that I have had but they also have Rebitzen Karlinsky, Mrs. Biala and many other really great teachers. I have a bunch of freinds who went/are there and they love it!
I think that is it. Based on that - I wonder who can guess what seminary I went to
Someone asked what thier new address is - I dont know the exact name of the street or nunmber but its in Ramot Alef.
Posted 25 January 2012 - 06:01 PM
So in general, this is a VERY warm seminary. like if you need help with ANYTHING, they totally take care of you.
So they have three tracks, and they all learn the same thing, no one is treated differently for their level. Just the tests are slightly different based on skill and stuff. They have a tutor session once a week and there are people all over to help.
They have machancheses, (sorry spelling) that ask you how your doing and you could learn with them if you want.
The teachers are amazing! Yeah someone i know went there talked about above teachers very positively!
They take care of you for shabbos, you can go places if you don't know anyone, totally fine. They place you every shabbos if you want them to.
In my interview Mrs. Sokel said that a girl commented "yeah there isnt a week when nothing is going on, there's always stuff like tiyulim and yom iyuns and stuff."
Yeah its a good place to grow, and its just a normal frum place. Like not too strict, normal seminary dress code, if your not serious and make a ton of trouble you'll get kicked out, Rabbi Belsky calls it the 18,000 dollar mistake. I'm really happy about my decision and i hope this information was helpful to anyone going! see you in seminary
Posted 11 March 2012 - 09:23 PM
Posted 21 June 2012 - 11:03 AM
Just FYI the address is not in rechavia, this was the second year they were in ramot!
The address is:
7 shirat hayam
Posted 11 July 2012 - 12:51 AM