"The largest school, Yesodei HaTorah, boasts a student body of over 800 students, and its secular program does make the cut. Founded 120 years ago on the principles of Rabbi Samson Raphael Hirsch, it is the largest school of its kind in Europe. Teachers there have been able to include references to evolution by framing this belief as heresy rejected by Yiddishkeit."
And here is a quote from Rav Shimshon Raphael Hirsch, in Collected Writings, vol. VII, p. 264, discussing how evolution is not to be rejected as heresy:
"...If this notion were ever to gain complete acceptance by the scientific world... Judaism in that case would call upon its adherents to give even greater reverence than ever before to the one, sole God Who, in His boundless creative wisdom and eternal omnipotence, needed to bring into existence no more than one single, amorphous nucleus, and one single law of “adaptation and heredity” in order to bring forth, from what seemed chaos but was in fact a very definite order, the infinite variety of species we know today, each with its unique characteristics that sets it apart from all other creatures."If you are going to claim that a school is founded on the principles of Rav Hirsch, it's not a good idea to contradict his principles in the very next sentence.