Testimonials

Our families love Yeshivat Noam. We asked them why, see their answers! 
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Why did you choose Yeshivat Noam for your family?
 

“We chose Yeshivat Noam for our family because immediately upon entering the school and speaking with administrators and families, we felt the warmth that Yeshivat Noam had to offer. Walking into the school, we just had a gut feeling that Yeshivat Noam was where our family belonged. The warm and friendly atmosphere, combined with the teaching of derech eretz, amazing middot and a love of learning Torah, we felt that Yeshivat Noam would help us raise true Bnei Torah.”

Rebecca and Yossi Pasternak (Bergenfield, near BMOB), parents of  Avi (2nd grade) and Molly (Kindergarten), joined the Yeshivat Noam family for Kindergarten in 2018

"We heard wonderful things about the school from the beginning and when we went to visit, it truly felt like home."
Cindy Rotkowitz (Teaneck Apartments), parent of David Rotkowitz (Kindergarten), joined the Yeshivat Noam family for Kindergarten in 2020
"It is a warm, loving and supportive environment that meets individuals children's learning needs"
Josh and Becky Weisberg (Emerson Ave in Teaneck), parents of Gabby (3rd grade) and Sophie (6th grade), joined the Yeshivat Noam Family in Buds in 2004
"The perfect balance of warmth, academics, frumkeit, and innovation"
Bena and David Schwartz (Country Club Area, Teaneck), parents of Mayer & Elie (8th grade), Boaz & Sheffah (4th grade), joined the Yeshivat Noam Family in Buds in 2006
"We loved the warmth and high quality education"
Shani & Zev Halstuch (Bnai Yeshurun area), parents of Yonatan (8th grade), joined the Yeshivat Noam Family in 2004
"We chose Yeshivat Noam because we felt it was a Heimish school with the number one goal of every kid being a Mentsch."  
Shana & Paul Kalman (Winthrop Rd, Teaneck) parents of Jack (1st grade) and Joe (Kindergarten), joined the Yeshivat Noam Family in Nitzanei Noam in 2017. 
"I was looking for a school that can provide everything a child needs academically as well as love care and Spirituality. This is the place that make every child shine!..... Every day that the children go to yeshivat Noam is a blessing"
Idel Linder (Pomona, NY), parent of Yoav (8th grade) and David (5th grade), joined the Yeshivat Noam Family in 2016
"Yeshivat Noam struck us as a school where the children are each taught to their level and expectation. We loved the warm environment and knew it would help our children to grow and succeed."
Dina & Zvi Silverberg (New Milford), parents of Moshe (3rd grade) and Kivi (Kindergarten), joined the Yeshivat Noam Family in Buds in 2016.
“We loved the warm and inviting spirit that is Yeshivat Noam. We felt immediately welcomed at the Open House.  We were blown away by the Early Childhood program.  The way the teachers integrate all aspects of learning into a single activity is simply remarkable and we knew we wanted our children to be a part of this special family.  When we toured the Middle School (our son was only 3 at the time), we remembered seeing things here and there that struck us and we knew that our children would be in excellent hands in this school. The way the school focuses their attention on what each individual child needs is extraordinary.  The options for small group instruction and both pull-out and push-in options make learning accessible for all children.  As parents of a child with different learning needs, this spoke volumes to us. Being a part of the school for the past 7 years, we can honestly say what we saw rings true”.

Rebekah and Avi Mally (Spring Avenue, Bergenfield) parents of Amitai (6th grade) and Yael (2nd grade), joined the Yeshivat Noam Family in Buds in 2013

"We chose Yeshivat Noam for the warm atmosphere & student centered approach to learning"
Joshua and Devorah Chaitovsky (Highgate Terrace, Bergenfield), parents of Jeremy (6th grade), Emily (4th grade), and Benji (1st grade), joined the Yeshivat Noam Family in Buds in 2013
"We chose Yeshivat Noam for the attention and love the teachers and staff give to the children" 
Mark Strohli (Suffern, NY) parent of Dovi (5th grade) and Ari (8th Grade), joined the Yeshivat Noam Family in 2019
 
What do you love most about Yeshivat Noam/What has been your favorite memory so far? 
"Very simply, my kids LOVE school.....When my oldest graduated 8th grade, he remarked after graduation that he truly felt how much Rabbi Hagler loved each and every one of the students in the graduation class."
Bena and David Schwartz (Country Club Area, Teaneck), parents of Mayer & Elie (8th grade), Boaz & Sheffah (4th grade), joined the Yeshivat Noam Family in Buds in 2006
"When my son got surgery, besides the class calling every day, the teacher came to the house to drop off a sign the class made."
Shana & Paul Kalman (Winthrop Rd, Teaneck) parents of Jack (1st grade) and Joe (Kindergarten), joined the Yeshivat Noam Family in Nitzanei Noam in 2017.  

“That’s a tough question! I love so many things about Yeshivat Noam. One of my favorite things about Noam is Friday onegs! I loved participating on zoom last year.”

Alyssa Hertzberg (South Prospect Ave, Bergenfield), parent of Duvi (4th grade) and Remy (1st grade), joined the Yeshivat Noam Family in Kindergarten in 2016 

"The personal touch that the school gives to make each student feel special is what I believe sets Yeshivat Noam apart. There are many examples but if I have to choose one, I'd have to say it's when Rabbi Hagler met with every new student this summer (2020) to welcome them to school. It was such a meaningful gesture because it made our son, who is not only brand new to the school but also recently moved to NJ, feel loved and welcome. The staff really goes above and beyond to get to know every child and make connections with the parents as well."
Cindy Rotkowitz (Teaneck Apartments), parent of David Rotkowitz (Kindergarten), joined the Yeshivat Noam Family in Kindergarten in 2020
"Yom Haatzmaut Celebration"
Shani & Zev Halstuch (Bnai Yeshurun area), parents of Yonatan (8th grade), joined the Yeshivat Noam Family in Buds in 2004
"We love the in school celebrations- Chagigat Hasiddur, the Kabbalat Chumash and the Yom Haatzmaut event."
Steven & Elissa Seltzer (Norfolkf Street, Bergenfield), parents of Daniella (4th grade), Judah (2nd grade), Maya (Buds) and Zachary, joined the Yeshivat Noam Family in Buds & Kindergarten in 2015
"Parent collaboration and partnership- parents can bring programs and ideas to the school if they don't already exist"
Dr Shoval and Allyson Gur-Aryeh (Beth Aaron area, Teaneck), parents of Kayla (5th grade), joined the Yeshivat Noam Family in 2014 in Buds.
"Kindergarten graduation was beautiful-  each child was given an award that focused on something they excelled at."
Dina & Zvi Silverberg (New Milford), parents of Moshe (3rd grade) and Kivi (Kindergarten),joined the Yeshivat Noam Family in Buds in 2016.
“We are very, very happy at Yeshivat Noam. We have a child with some extra needs and we feel those needs are being met DAILY.  If there is ever an issue, we reach out and within 24 hours someone has not only responded to us, but has already put in motion the next steps as to how to alleviate the issue.”
Rebekah & Avi Mally (Spring Avenue, Bergenfield), parents of Amitai (6th grade) and Yael (2nd grade), joined the Yeshivat Noam Family in Buds in 2013

“One of our favorite activities at Yeshivat Noam is Friday Oneg with Morah Adina. We always heard the songs sung in our home but we got to witness them first hand on zoom last year and they were truly incredible! Watching the children have so much fun and seeing the ruach and pride they felt for their school while singing the Yeshivat Noam anthem song was incredible.”

Rebecca and Yossi Pasternak (Bergenfield, near BMOB), parents of  Avi (2nd grade) and Molly (Kindergarten), joined the Yeshivat Noam family in Kindergarten in 2018

"I love the Buds Chanukah breakfast. It’s the first year my child is involved in the school and I love being able to come and visit and see their excitement to show me their class friends and teachers. I love when I am able to take a glimpse into their daily activities in school and be involved."
Joshua and Devorah Chaitovsky (Highgate Terrace, Bergenfield), parents of Jeremy (6th grade), Emily (4th grade), and Benji (1st grade), joined the Yeshivat Noam Family in Buds in 2013