Chaya Aydel Seminary in Hallandale Beach hosted its 12th graduating class last month. The school lovingly referred to this class as its “bat mitzvah year” graduates.
The Lubavitch seminary attracts students from all over the world. Girls come to study at Chaya Aydel because of its diverse learning program, unique shlichus program, and warm chassidishe environment.
Young women not only register from Lubavitch High Schools, but over the years Chaya Aydel Seminary has attracted girls from Bais Yaakov, other chassidishe high schools, and Modern Orthodox high schools.
The program is geared to frum girls who are motivated, excited, and eager to experience a year of learning and growth. The dormitory homes boast beautiful full kitchens, laundry facilities, and spacious backyards. Hallandale Beach is centrally located and the program benefits from Shabbatons, farbrengens and melave malkas hosted by shluchim in the surrounding cities.
Chaya Aydel is a one-year seminary. The girls receive college credits on many of the courses and are awarded a diploma from the school. The 13th year of the Chaya Aydel Seminary begins in September. Limited scholarships are still available.
About the Author: Shelley Benveniste is South Florida editor of The Jewish Press.
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