For Parents - current students
Parents of the Class of 5777 (2016-2017)
Services and Vendors:
Below are links to companies which have contacted us and asked that we connect you with them. Please note that the Midrasha does not benefit from your orders, does not specifically endorse any particular service of those listed, nor are we responsible for their services. These links are posted for your convenience only.
Ordering gift packages for students
Throughout the year, parents often ask how they can send a gift package or treats to their daughters for Chagim, birthdays, or whatever fun day. Below are links to several companies who have contacted us and asked that we connect you with them. (As we have noted before, the Midrasha does not benefit from your orders, but posts the links for your convenience only.)
- Gili's Goodies - send treats to your daughters
- A Kosher Basket - send treats to your daughters
- Jerusalem Baskets
- Candy corner
- Candy Corner - candy of the month club
- Kosher Cakery
PURIM PACKAGES FOR STUDENTS OR FRIENDS IN ISRAEL
Please note that the Midrasha does not benefit from your orders, does not specifically endorse any particular service of those listed, nor are we responsible for their services. These links are posted for your convenience only.
- Gili's Goodies - Purim packages
- The Baskery - website
- Mak's Bake Shop - mishlochei manot
- Mishloachei Manot - Bnei Akiva - Check out these baskets and show your daughters you are thinking of them at Purim time!
- Purim Baskets
- Baskets of Love - buy mishloah manot and support Torah learning for the elderly and people with special needs
- Purim Paks
- A Kosher Basket
- Kosher Cakery
Linen Services -
- Blanket Express Plus - for ordering linens in Israel
- Here for the Year - for ordering linens in Israel
- 4-Less - for ordering linens
- Yeshiva Linens
Mobile Phone Services - we do not specifically endorse any of these services:
Sefarim and Books
Midreshet HaRova recommends that students order books only once they have completed orientation and course choices, and find themselves settled in courses to their liking. The links below are for books sellers in Jerusalem from whom students may purchase books – students are advised to only purchase books as needed according to their own course choices. Some services deliver to the Midrasha, and Moriah book store is in the Old City.
Information Letters: these letters were sent to students and parents by email and can be viewed here as well.
Annual Schedule 5777 - please note a recent change in schedule so that December 3rd is a home hospitality Shabbat in place of December 24th which is now a free Shabbat.
Below please find updated information regarding medical insurance coverage for students on our program:
Midreshet HaRova Insurance Coverage
Insurances included in your tuition payments:
Your daughter will be covered by the Tour and Care policy issued by Harel Insurance Company, Israel’s largest health insurer.
The service is through top contracted English-speaking doctors and clinics and there is no deductible or co-pay (in other words, no need to pay and claim back home). Cover is comprehensive and backed by a 24 hour English speaking customer service and by our office – www.egertcohen.co.il
Apart from on-campus medical clinics by an experienced, English speaker doctor, the following medical centers are also directly contracted to the plan:
Optional Policies (sign up required):
- Private surgery In case of surgery, a private surgeon can be chosen within the Harel network. (as opposed to the surgeon on duty in the basic cover)
Annual premium: $80
Sign up online here
- Pre-existing or chronic medical condition.
Annual premium: $200
If your son/daughter has a pre-existing condition, this is not covered by the basic policy.
Please read below: What is a pre-existing condition ?
- For more information and registration, please e-mail:firstname.lastname@example.org
Pre-Existing Conditions - Coverage: Worsening of pre-existing illnesses/medical conditions where: a) The condition has been stable for the 12 months preceding the arrival in Israel, and there has been no change in the medication being taken. e.g. diabetes, asthma, psychological/psychiatric conditions. b) If the condition is the result of an accident, there was no hospitalization in the 6 months preceding the arrival in Israel. Total coverage: up to $10,000 Exclusions: 1) Any ongoing treatment or refills of medication. 2) Any condition for which the treatment was expected / for which a doctor in the applicant’s home country recommended the applicant not travel to Israel / for which the applicant was on a waiting list for an operation or treatment. 3) AIDS, transplants, M.S., dialysis, C.F., sexual diseases, malignant diseases (such as cancer).
For parents: Are you planning a trip to Israel? 10% discount on our Israel tourist health plan if your son/daughter is insured through us. For more information about the tourist health plan please visit our website:https://www.ctas.co.il/family.asp