Ne’emas Bais Yaakov Takes Root In Lakewood

Initiated in response to the incredible growth of Lakewood and surrounding areas, Ne’emas Bais Yaakov has already in its first year emerged as a premier institution for chinuch habanos. The burgeoning school is filled with warmth and light, welcoming the shining faces of the young yelados who are proud to call it their own.

The school, led by its Menaheles, Mrs. Sara Sussman, together with its founders Rabbi Kalman Katz and Rabbi Mordechai Burnstein, provides the warmth and personal care of a small school, coupled with the professionalism and stability of an established mosad hachinuch due to the extensive preparations of its founders and the decades of experience brought with Mrs. Sussman’s leadership.

This Motzei Shabbos Parshas Beshalach, Ne’emas Bais Yaakov will be holding a Melava Malka in Glatt Ambiance (located in Glatt Bite). The event is catered to parents and friends of the school, as well as anyone interested in learning about this new, vibrant mosad. Highlighting the evening will be a fascinating chinuch panel with esteemed mechanchim discussing pertinent educational topics.

All are invited to attend the Melava Malka and familiarize themselves with Ne’emas Bais Yaakov, the new shining star on the horizon of the Ihr Hatorah. The event will be”h begin promptly at 8 PM.  

To assist in the continued establishment of Neemas Bais Yaakov, please visit to make a donation.

[Press Release]


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