Our History

Abraham Rabinovitch, an extraordinary man with an extraordinary dream, envisaged a Jewish school in Sydney to rival any in the wider community – a school where every child, regardless of academic aptitude or financial standing, would have access to both an excellent general and comprehensive Jewish education.

From its beginnings in 1942 with a single class in Glenayr Avenue, North Bondi, to its current home on the spacious Queens Park campus, Moriah College continues to grow and prosper and has most probably exceeded even Rabinovitch's expectations.

The full and fascinating story of Moriah College can be found in If You Will It, It Is No Dream – The Moriah Story 1943–2003 by Suzanne Rutland, available at the P&F shop.