The Bnos HaShluchim Program provides a unique option for the daughters of Shluchim around the globe who do not have a local Lubavitch High School.
Students receive an all-inclusive framework including support acclimating, Ulpan, and staff hired exclusively for the Bnos HaShluchim Program.
Bnos HaShluchim works in partnership with Naale and the Israeli Department of Education.
Beit Chana is a middle and high school founded with the Rebbe’s bracha in 5737 (1977) with the objective of providing a proper Chassidishe education for the local Lubavitch community.
Throughout the years, Beit Chana has proven to be an outstanding educational institution for young women from Israel and around the world.
The stunning campus is located on a hilltop of Mt. Canaan, and spreads over two and half acres of the Holy City of Tzfat. Beit Chana overlooks the pastoral Galilee horizon with views of the Kinneret and Meron.
The modern and attractive campus includes classrooms, a dorm building, dining hall, computer lab, auditoriums, athletic equipment, and coffee corners. The outdoor area is resplendent with fruit trees, flower beds and wide green lawns. The entire campus is secured by a guard as well as closed circuit cameras.
Beit Chana excels in its individual attention granted upon each and every student. Every two grades has its very own principal and secretary.
In the aim to lead students along the most Chassidishe path – a warm and joyous one – staff is selected for their professionalism and broad experience.
Staff members are devoted Shluchos dedicated to the success of each of their students.
Students not from North America and don’t come for the Kinus will be asked to schedule a Zoom interview (dates not yet determined).
You will be contacted prior to schedule a day and time.
Your registration process is done for now and you’ve received a confirmation email with your registration forms (you can close this website).
Wishing you all the best.
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