Yeshivah - Beth Rivkah Colleges is working to provide access to important information at any time, from anywhere the “Our School” App along with regular emails sent aim to enhance communication between our School and parents. Our School App provides a real-time news feed of School information, and easy access to School news, upcoming events and photos. Parents are also able to notify the School of a student’s absence via the App.
Following feedback from previous years, we have continued to streamline the book ordering process for both Jewish and General Studies. As per last year, you will be able to purchase Jewish and General Studies books, as well as stationery from the Officemax Schools Booklist online ordering system.
Yeshivah Beth Rivkah CAPS
Creating Access, Promoting Success
CAPS stands for our commitment to provide a top quality Jewish and General education that is accessible to the broader Melbourne Jewish Community
Our online facility is currently only available for payment of School Fees, Security Levies and GELC Fees.To pay your Subject Levies please contact Mazi Maman on (03) 9522 8222 for Yeshivah College
Find out more about enrolling your child in Yeshivah - Beth Rivkah Colleges by contacting our Parent Liaison, Michelle Blutman and book a school tour today.
Located at Beth Rivkah Secondary,
14-20 Balaclava Rd, St Kilda East.
Parent Teacher Bookings
School interviews are important for building positive relationships. Parent Teacher Bookings can be make online
Parent Portal Login
SEQTA Engage is a parent portal which allows parents to log into the school’s Learning Management System. This provides parents a wide variety of information and the opportunity to engage in the education of their children. Parents can keep up with their children’s timetable, courses, homework, review continuous feedback from their teachers and view academic results and semester reports
Using the App
Our School App provides a real-time news feed of School information, and easy access to School news, upcoming events and photos
National School Chaplaincy and Student Welfare Program
The NSCSWP exists within the school to provide welfare and spiritual guidance to students, teachers and community members.
Students, staff and community members are encouraged to use this service although participation is voluntary