Frisch truly is the school that never sleeps. Students are involved in a myriad of activities throughout the day and into evenings and weekends. Some of the most exciting and educationally enriching aspects of one’s high school experience take place outside the classroom and after regular school hours. The Frisch School encourages each of our students to explore and develop his/her talents in the areas of artistic creativity, journalism and writing, athletics, community service and Chessed, scientific discovery, politics, and so much more.
Beyond guiding our students in their pursuit of academic success, the faculty and staff at Frisch also work to cultivate our students’ religious, emotional and social development. Through student programming and activities, students are immersed in opportunities for learning well beyond traditional classroom education. The intellectual, religious and interpersonal skills students develop as they create and participate through these events and programs are as important as the lessons learned in a more formal setting. The unique nature of these programs is enhanced by the students’ integral role in the planning and implementation process. The Chagigot, seminars and spontaneous programs provide the Ru’ach and cultivate a love of Judaism that is so essential to the atmosphere our students experience every day at Frisch.