The Moriah School is pleased to announce that Rabbi Eitan Lipstein will be named Assistant Principal of Middle School Judaics and Student Life.
In his new role, Rabbi Lipstein will continue to work on developing Moriah’s middle school Judaic curriculum, including the tefilla program, as well as lead the Balk Fellowship program. Rabbi Lipstein will work closely with Middle School Principal Tzipporah Boim on various middle school initiatives and will continue to teach selected courses.
Rabbi Lipstein joined Moriah in 2013. After receiving his BS in accounting from the Sy Syms School of Business, Rabbi Lipstein received his Semicha from The Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary at Yeshiva University and began to pursue a series of professional degrees in education including an MS in Jewish education from the Azrieli Graduate School of Jewish Education and Administration as well as the YU LEAD certification program for school leadership. Rabbi Lipstein recently completed all coursework towards his doctoral degree at the Fanya Gottesfeld Heller Division of Doctoral Studies at Azrieli Graduate School and is in the process of developing and writing his dissertation towards his Ed.D.
Known for being a master educator, strong role model and mentor to students and teachers, Rabbi Lipstein is an innovative and inspiring educational leader in The Moriah School and looks forward to working in his new role.
The Moriah School (Englewood), one of the nation’s premier Jewish day schools, educates more than 700 students from across Bergen County. Moriah’s mission is to deliver an academic program of the highest caliber while instilling a sense of commitment to Torat Yisrael, Am Yisrael and Medinat Yisrael. Our school emphasizes the use of a variety of modalities in the classroom and beyond to enable each child to realize his or her potential in the spheres of academic, religious and personal growth.