The Fuchs Mizrachi School is a community committed to Torah and Mitzvot. Our students and their families will be inspired to learn and grow in their love of G-d and His Torah, while seeing the modern State of Israel and aliyah as central to our personal and national destiny.
Through the challenging process of discovery, our students will collaborate to develop the skills, knowledge and character which form their intellectual foundation.
Our students and graduates will emerge as leaders who combine their spiritual and intellectual foundation with their passion for ongoing learning and sense of communal responsibility to meaningfully contribute to the Jewish people and the world at large.
At Mizrachi, we’ve created an environment that enables our students to develop meaningful relationships with Hashem through the pursuit of Torah Learning. Students are inspired to fill their lives with passionate commitment to mitzvot. They are motivated to approach all their endeavors guided by Torah values, derech eretz, responsibility and integrity.
We are dedicated to delivering excellence in Torah and General Studies to prepare children for life and responsibilities as Torah Jews. Our teachers have been carefully selected and trained to educate, inspire, and motivate our students, enabling them to achieve intellectual, religious, and emotional growth and success.
We are passionate about helping each student grow and develop their own purpose for their life as a Torah Jew, a Religious Zionist, and an engaged member of the community. We are driven to create a community of learners dedicated to shaping thoughtful and caring young men and women with a deep commitment to Torah and Mitzvot and to improving the world around them.
Dedication to Medinat Yisrael is at the core of our identity and inspires everything we do. Our students are educated in Hebrew and imbued with passion for Israel through formal classes and experiential education Israeli faculty (Shlichim). This commitment has become the cornerstone of Religious Zionism in Cleveland.