Harkham Hillel Hebrew Academy 9120 W Olympic Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA90212 Founded in 1948, Harkham Hillel Hebrew Academy is an Orthodox Yeshiva Day School that nurtures the academic,…More intellectual, moral, spiritual and communal growth of its students. As an academic institution, Hillel Hebrew Academy provides an exceptional level of education for students in kindergarten through 8th grade, serving each student according to his or her own individual talents and specific needs. Harkham Hillel Hebrew Academy maintains a dedication to the values of the Torah and the State of Israel, but always welcomes diversity in its student body. For more information, visit the school's Web site.
Hebrew Academy Nessah 142 S Rexford Dr, Beverly Hills, CA90212 Hebrew Academy Nessah is an Iranian Orthodox Jewish temple and learning center. It holds to a traditional…More understanding of Iranian Jews according to Orthodox Sephardic Halacha. This house of worship and study works hard to form a vibrant community by honoring holy days and the careful study of the Torah, as well as through many social and educational programs.
Julia Sladek, M.D. 8920 Wilshire Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA90211 Julia Sladek, M.D. is a board-certified internist and endochrinologist who practices in Beverly Hills, Calif. She is…More fluent in English, Hungarian, Hebrew, Spanish and German and is also a member of the staff at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center.
Citibank 8485 Wilshire Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA90211 Citibank is located on the corner of Wilshire and La Cienega boulevards and has a convenient 24-hour security ATM just…More outside the parking lot entrance. Twenty minutes of free parking is available with any bank transaction. Citibank is a full-service bank with home equity loans, business accounts, mortgages, foreign exchange, money transfers and many other services. Multiple languages are spoken at this branch including Hebrew, Persian and Spanish.
The Beverly Hills High School campus is located on Moreno Drive, one block south of Little Santa Monica Boulevard. It…More is a four-year, college-oriented high school with more than 2,200 students. The student-to-teacher ratio is about 19:1, and the average class size is 23 students.
BHHS has a diverse curriculum, and has received national recognition in the areas of music, foreign languages, print and broadcast journalism, mathematics, engineering, athletics, business, marketing and design. The school also offers honors classes in English, Spanish, French, Hebrew, biology, math analysis, world history and studio arts. More than 60 student-run extracurricular clubs are offered, as well as athletic programs including football, soccer, lacrosse, water polo, softball, cheerleading and dance.
BHHS was awarded the National Blue Ribbon in 2004, and received a California Distinguished School award in 1988, 1999 and 2003. Carter Paysinger took over as principal in June 2010.
Moreno High School, located on the southern portion of the BHHS campus, is the city's alternative high school.