YULA GIRLS HIGH SCHOOL (founded in 1979) is an Orthodox student-centered, college preparatory high school, where students are encouraged to find their unique and individual strengths. YULA provides guidance and an environment to cultivate those interests. Each student is encouraged to become her own leader and utilize her own voice while giving back to the community at large.
Students, teachers and parents work in partnership to nurture Torah observance and growth, love of learning, personal and communal responsibility, and an appreciation for the land and people of Israel.
YULA offers an integrated Judaic and Secular Studies curriculum that includes topics on contemporary culture with emphasis on strengthening Torah values.
YULA’s Four Foundational Principles:
Fostering respect, friendship and togetherness.
Nurturing curiosity, critical thinking and expression.
Prioritizing communal responsibility.
Inspiring students to connect and take action in support of Israel.
YULA will endeavor to fulfill this mission by:
YULA Girls High School is a place where girls are center-stage, where they have a wealth of avenues for self-exploration and development, where girls are given the tools to discover and meet their individual potentials.
A report prepared for the National Coalition of Girls’ Schools reveals that girls attending all-girls schools are more likely to have an experience that supports their learning than girls who attend coeducational schools. In particular, girls attending all girls schools state:
“YULA is home. I have grown into myself here over the last
four years and feeling comfortable has allowed me to be fully invested in myself and my environment.” — Alumna Adi Vildorf, YULA ‘16