Our Mission & Philosophy
The program introduces new strategies and skills so our students can learn and practice them throughout their daily lives.
While at the residential center, students spend time with caring, professionally-trained coaches, therapists, and teachers to help them develop these skills.
Fostering Meaningful Relationships
Students are given the opportunity to discover their unique talents and gifts.
In addition to our academic program, we incorporate extracurricular programs and activities for everyone.
“Passion is energy. Feel the power that comes from focusing on what excites you.”
- Oprah Winfrey
“The only way to do great work is to love what you do.” - Steve Jobs
At Meromim, we use every opportunity to tie in your child’s passion for his individualized academic and therapeutic program.
Connection, meaningful relationships and family involvement are the key factors to each student's success.
Students learn and develop best when surrounded by caring people who they can trust. Our goal is to create bonds with your child and Meromim's faculty that will go beyond the four corners of our school and continue even after graduation from the program.
Students are given an excellent education that is designed to meet the needs of their specific learning differences. The curriculum is focused on General Education Development (GED) Degree preparation.
Additionally, students will gain an understanding of their particular learning differences and develop skills and strategies that will help them succeed in their interpersonal relationships with family, vocational and social environments.
Kindness knows no bounds. At Meromim, students become part of a culture that values sensitivity towards one another. Through consistent practice and Chessed programs, this value becomes second nature.
At Meromim, we inspire students to broaden and deepen their connection to G-d, Halacha, Torah, and Israel. By offering numerous classes and topics, students can choose what area they feel most connected to or would like to learn more about. Through formal and informal programs, students can strengthen their connection.