Home US A posh $65,000-a-year New York private school is criticized as “a breeding ground for Jewish hatred,” and a teacher is accused of criticizing rabbis at an assembly.

A posh $65,000-a-year New York private school is criticized as “a breeding ground for Jewish hatred,” and a teacher is accused of criticizing rabbis at an assembly.

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Dr. Logan Levkoff (pictured) said his son experienced anti-Semitism while attending Ethical Culture Fieldston School.
  • Parents have accused Ethical Culture Fieldston school of being anti-Semitic
  • Teachers Allegedly Give Middle Fingers to Rabbis During School Assembly
  • A mother said her son was called an ‘ethnic cleanser’ and a ‘colonizer’

An elite New York City private school has been accused by angry parents of being a “hotbed of Jew-hatred.”

Dr. Logan Levkoff said his son experienced anti-Semitism while attending Ethical Culture Fieldston School.

The sex and relationship expert claimed that her son was called an “ethnic cleanser” and a “colonizer” during his student days.

In one case, two professors allegedly gave the middle finger at two rabbis in an assembly.

“Fieldston is a hotbed of Jew hatred and these students who support terrorism are the epitome of the ‘trigger warning’ generation,” Levkoff wrote in an Instagram post.

Dr. Logan Levkoff (pictured) said his son experienced anti-Semitism while attending Ethical Culture Fieldston School.

New York City private school cost $65,540 for 2024-2025 school year

New York City private school cost $65,540 for 2024-2025 school year

He said his son’s Nazi Germany and Holocaust master tried to pass off Soviet anti-Zionism as a legitimate political movement and claimed that a guest speaker compared Jews to Nazis.

When his son organized a Holocaust survivor to come speak, Levkoff claimed that a group of students tried to “cancel” the event.

According to the school’s website, tuition for all grades for the 2024-25 school year is $65,540.

Jewish parents and alumni had sent a like to the school demanding that they protect students more after “Free Palestine” was spray painted on campus, it reported The New York Post.

In response, a letter from a student accused parents of “bullying” them and “suppressing” ideas that were not in line with “Zionist ideology.”

“Fieldston School students who support terrorism have responded to the Jewish community’s letter with a five-page letter,” Levkoff wrote.

“They have been terrorizing Jewish students for years, forcing them to remain silent for fear that if they speak out they will be labeled racists.”

‘Enough is enough. Some of us have played the role of ‘good Jew’ for too long,’ he stated.

Other members of the school community commented on Levkoff’s post and shared similar experiences.

‘My children went there. Even then, “mystery people” drew swastikas in school and refused to have Jewish affinity groups, but they had many other affinity groups. The Jewish children were included in the “white” affinity group,’ one parent said.

The New York Times It was reported in 2020 that Jewish parents had accused the school of not acting aggressively enough to address anti-Semitic comments from a teacher and a guest speaker.

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Jewish parents and former students had sent a like to the school demanding that they protect students more after the spray painting

Jewish parents and alumni had sent a like to the school demanding that they protect students more after “Free Palestine” was spray painted on campus.

In January 2020, Professor JB Brager was fired for criticizing Israel in class and on his personal X account, formerly Twitter.

During a town hall in November 2019, guest speaker Kayum Ahmed, director of the philanthropic organization Open Society Foundations, compared what Jews endured during the Holocaust to violence against Palestinians in Israel.

‘I use the same example when I talk about the Holocaust. “That the Jews who suffered the Holocaust and established the State of Israel today perpetuate violence against the Palestinians,” Ahmed said.

The Fieldston School of Ethical Culture has not responded to DailyMail.com’s request for comment.

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