Orthodox Jewish college was founded in 1943. It provides a dual curriculum of
secular and Jewish studies and is focused on the total development of students
to enable them to realise their full potential as individuals and as members of
Three libraries, computer laboratories, drama theatre, audio visual theatre,
25-metre indoor heated swimming pool, tennis courts, gymnasium, auditorium
seating 750 people, synagogue, basketball courts.
The college has an excellent record of academic achievement in the HSC.
Subjects taught include Computing Studies, Business Studies, Design and
Technology, PD/Health/PE, Photography, Legal Studies, Jewish Studies and
Hebrew, General Studies, Modern History, Ancient History, Geography, Commerce,
Economics, Music, Visual Arts, French and Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Drama.
The school has an honours program.
carnivals and inter-house competitions are held throughout the year and Moriah participates
with other schools in a growing number of sporting events, including cricket,
indoor soccer, basketball, netball, soccer and touch football.
activities: These are many and varied and are offered to students from Years 2
to 12. Some of the activities offered include drama, debating, public speaking,
charity and welfare projects, Mock Trial, choir, instrumental music, Duke of
Edinburgh’s Award Scheme, photography, film, chess and computer clubs, concert
personal development: A complex and well-developed pastoral care system
operates, incorporating Year co-ordinators, vertical houses, a student council
and an active Parents’ Association.
features: The school provides an enrichment program and a differentiated
curriculum to cater to each individual student’s needs. A range of scholarships
is also available.
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