Chabad Girls Academy (CGA) is a middle school with a Chassidic ideology.
At CGA, we believe in engaging our students on all levels.
We set a strong emphasis on creative learning that is interactive, hands-on and artistic.
Our Goal is to offer all Jewish girls an education and memories that will inspire them for a lifetime
Our mission is to empower learners and inspire leaders to make this a better world. I believe that our girls are the “Barzel” – (Bilhah, Rachel, Zilpah and Leah) – the “Iron” that will shape the destiny of our people. My job is to strengthen all the good that they already have. – Dr. Shimon Waronker, Principal
Since its conception in 2012 Chabad Girls Academy has grown in leaps and bounds.
Its humble beginnings started in a Chabad house in Manhattan, with just one student!
8 years later...
have walked through our doors!
Our goal is to nurture and love our students and give them a wholesome education.
From a store front in Crown Heights to the NCFJE building where Rebbetzin Hecht A”H saw the value of the educational standards we were providing and extended our space, giving us the beautiful offices and classrooms we currently use.
We started with one student in 8th grade, and added a new grade every year until our 5th-8th grade classes were running at full capacity!
Graduating students have been able to fit right into the high schools of their choice, mainly Beis Rivkah, B’nos Chomesh, and Sparks Academy.
It gives us tremendous nachas to see our alumni go on shlichus, and start homes on a Yiddishe, Chassidishe foundation.
Mission, Vision and values
Mission: To empower learners and inspire leaders to make this a better world.
Vision: We will build one of the largest, most professional schools for girls in Crown Heights. We aspire that our girls will have refined Middos, be on fire for Yiddishkeit and succeed academically to have an important impact in the world.
Values: Humility, Empathy, Courage.
Rabban Gamliel said whoever does not discuss 3 things on Pesach has not fulfilled the obligation of the Seder. The 3 things are Matzah, Marror and Korban Pesach. Matzah is the bread of humility. Marror represents empathy. Korban Pesach represents courage.