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Rochelle Zell Jewish High School *

1095 Lake Cook Road
Deerfield, IL 60015
Phone: (847) 470-6700
Fax: (847) 324-3701
Email: tigers@rzjhs.org
Web: http://www.rzjhs.org
Contact: Tony Frank, Head of School and Riv Lynch, Director of Admissions

Co-ed, college-preparatory high school committed to academic excellence that has served the Chicagoland Jewish community since 2001. The mission of Rochelle Zell Jewish High School is to create a culture that inspires students to think critically and achieve their full potential, while preparing them to live Judaism as responsible and involved citizens in the modern world. Offers a comprehensive education, which includes exceptional general and Jewish students programs, supplemented by strong athletic and fine arts programs, and numerous extracurricular activities and leadership opportunities. Committed to making education affordable through tuition assistance.

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