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Click here to buy a ticket and get a chance to win $10,000 while supporting Cleveland’s first and largest Jewish day school. The Hebrew Academy of Cleveland is currently in its 79th year of existence with an enrollment of over 1,350 students.
It was established in 1943 by survivors who escaped the ashes of the Holocaust and has educated well over 7,000 students throughout its existence. The excellent education provided at the Academy is costly – the average cost per capita per child is $11,000 – and over 75% of their students receive some form of scholarship. However, the longstanding policy of the Hebrew Academy has been to educate all children regardless of background and financial ability.
Please join us in supporting this most worthwhile communal institution with your participation in the Hebrew Academy’s raffle.
Dan’s Note: I spent 9 years of my childhood learning in the Hebrew Academy of Cleveland and all 3 of my school-age children are currently enrolled at the school. The outcomes of the children that have graduated from the school speaks volumes about the quality education provided.