DRS open house hosts 190


The DRS Yeshiva HS for Boys was filled to capacity on Sunday at the school’s annual Open House. DRS hosted over 190 prospective students and their parents

Walking onto the campus, attendees were able to see expansion construction happening at the building, with DRS adding six new classrooms, a STEM lab, and an outdoor basketball court. The program moved to DRS’s Beit Medrash during which Rabbi Kaminetsky and Dr. Hillel Broder spoke about the school’s challenging curriculum in both Limudei Kodesh and Limudei Chol.

Rabbi Kaminetsky stressed that the hallmark of the school is the “personal care, warmth, and attention provided for each individual student and said that DRS prides itself on the achdut between classmates, who come to DRS from over 20 different elementary schools, in several different neighborhoods.

Students participated in an extra-curricular student fair while parents got a chance to hear from DRS faculty members in the science, math, english and social studies. DRS boasts a large curriculum including 14 AP courses, and the opportunity to be involved in several research venue in both science and social studies.

Parents were also able to question a panel of five DRS students to get their views on how incredible DRS is. Other sessions included an exploration into the Limudei Kodesh curriculum, a glimpse into the schools’ extracurricular offerings, and smaller breakout sessions where parents were able to “meet the administration” in an intimate setting and field their questions to be Rabbi Kaminetsky and Dr. Broder.