"It has been greater than 40 years since I graduated from Frisch. The lessons learned from my experiences remain fresh in my mind and impact me till today. Determination, hard work, motivation, respect for all, and commitment to the relationships with G-d and others."
"Frisch introduced me to learning Gemara for the first time, in ninth grade. This opened up the world of Torah She-be'al peh to me, and I discovered that I loved it! Subsequently, I have had the privilege to become a teacher of Gemara and now serve as Rosh Midrasha at Midreshet Lindenbaum, where we help young women to pursue their passion for learning Tanach, Gemara, Halacha and Machshava at the highest levels."
"The strong work ethic instilled in me by my teachers and classmates successfully prepared me for college and medical school. I feel a tremendous amount of alumni pride when my friends and neighbors in Westchester tell their children that I also went to Frisch."
"Frisch taught me to ask questions and not take things at face value. These tools and more allowed me to become a leader in High School, College and the Jewish community as a whole. My years at Frisch were formative ones, the faculty gave me the confidence to be true to myself and in turn help others."
"My connection to Frisch is deep and proud, I have stayed connected since I graduated and I now have a son who is about to start his sophomore year at Frisch. When I attended the open house with my wife and son. I realized there were still so many excellent teachers there, who had taught me back when I was a student at Frisch and almost 20 alumni teaching there whom I knew from high school or the community. It truly feels like home."
"At Frisch I received an excellent education and support from caring and devoted staff. Because of the important skills I gained and relationships I made; I have been able to succeed. These same educators are still vital role models in my life and continue to provide me with guidance, until this day. "
"I credit Frisch with creating an environment where students from different backgrounds and of varied strengths could form meaningful, lasting friendships, whether through schoolwork or extra-curricular activities. I am honored to have several of my Frisch classmates among my closest friends after more than a decade since our graduation."
"I will never forget my experience at Frisch. The relationship I had with my Rebbeim and teachers were incredible, and these relationships I still maintain to this day. I constantly look back to the fundamentals that Frisch instilled in me, and use them every single day in my life."
"My parents instilled in me a love of Judaism and all its principles. That my grandchildren, Shira and Jonah Siegler continue along that path is a testament to their parents who have found an exceptional learning environment in the halls of Frisch. A friendly, warm, nurturing place where a Jewish education is a way of life. For that, I’m grateful."
"We are happy to support Frisch. We currently have three grandchildren and three great nieces and nephews at the yeshiva. We are delighted with the education they are receiving in a warm and welcoming Torah environment."
"I am very grateful for the excellent education that The Frisch School is providing my four grandchildren and the two who graduated. The school not only gave them a phenomenal Jewish and secular education but instilled in them a love for Judaism and Israel. It prepared them with a sound foundation for successful lives going forward."
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