Immersive Programs

June 25 - July 25, 2024
West Milford, NJ
Drisha’s Summer High School Program brings together girls from across the world to learn Torah in our Beit Midrash. Our program offers five weeks of immersive and intensive textual study centered around classical Talmud study combined with fun camp activities like bonfires, swimming, arts and field trips. Students with extensive Talmud skills are pushed to new heights and beginners grow foundational skills rapidly under the guidance of an expert all-female faculty. 
July 2 - July 21, 2024
West Milford, NJ
Drisha’s Summer Middle School Program for girls allows students the opportunity to engage in serious study of Jewish texts beyond the scope of a middle school classroom. In this intensive three-week program, students work in chavruta and study Talmud and Halakhic texts in their original languages. The program emphasizes hands-on and creative opportunities for learning, mixed in with camp fun and friendships formed for life.


May 5 - June 9, 2024
On Zoom

Becoming a Bat Mitzvah marks the transition to the status of adult within Jewish Law and gaining the responsibilities that follow from being obligated in mitzvot. Taught by Dr. Shana Strauch Shick, this five-week* course is an opportunity to think through this life transition under the guidance of an expert in Jewish law.

This course focuses on specific mitzvot that are performed regularly (Tefilla, Zimun, etc), as well as those that come up throughout the year (Fasting, Megilla, Matza). Each class begins with an introduction of the topic followed by roughly thirty minutes of time to study the sources with a chavruta and then further discussion. Background in gemara texts is not required.

* Class meets May 5, 19, & 26; June 2 & 9.

May 14 - June 4, 2024

One of our most beloved offerings! Join veteran educator and Drisha alumna Mrs. Deborah Klapper, in a Talmud class just for middle school girls. This Sefira Zman, we’ll be focusing on Masechet Bava Kama chapter 3.

You leave your house, and someone has filled the street and sidewalk with breakable bottles. Now how are you going to get to school? And who is going to pay for all of this broken glass?
Have you ever wondered whose fault it is when you break something that shouldn’t have been there to begin with? Come explore the limits of responsibility in the third chapter of Bava Kama. Just fun ideas and nice people. No stress, homework, or school.