His and her education as depicted by 2 ads
"Seminary for Girls" a local program, offering daily morning "Interactive Classes." "Curriculum includes trip to Eretz Yisroel." We are not told who is teaching or running the school, though we are assured that it is "Under the guidance & direction of leading and renowned Torah educators from here and Eretz Yisroel." So your guess is as good as mine. It features: "Inspiring lectures on various topics: Halacha & hashkafa, Shabbos & Yomim Tovim, Kashrus, Foundations of building a Jewish home, The Shidduch process, Weekly parsha." The first few items on the list are standard, the last a bit light -- a seminary should offer in depth textual study of TaNaCh, no just weekly parsha -- but did you catch the penultimate one and the one before that? And I thought finishing schools were . . . well, finished.
And here is what is proposed for the husbands-to-be: In huge letters: "WHY PAY $30,000 for a BACHELORS DEGREE" [there is no question mark there.}
It continues in smaller letters except for the numbers which are as large as the numbers above: "WHEN YOU CAN GET FOR $9,000 BY LEARNING TWO SEDARIM." [font size shrinks further in the continuation]
"ALL SECULAR REQUIREMENTS TAUGHT AT ------OF -------"