Baltimore’s first coed Jewish High School

Recognizing the need for a coeducational Jewish high school in the community, the leadership of Beth Tfiloh raised $6 million to establish a school of excellence dedicated to creating “proud, educated, committed Jews.” The High School opened its doors in September 1986 with a class of 22 students, and grew to an enrollment of over 350 students. Since that time over 1,700 students have graduated from Beth Tfiloh Dahan Community High School.

Founders – Rabbi Wohlberg accepts a check from high school founders, Haron Dahan (left) and Morton J. Macks (center).