TABC’s sophomore trip was a wonderful opportunity for grade bonding. After Shacharit at TABC, the group headed out to Six Flags Great Adventure for a day of fun. This was followed by a great visit to Dave and Busters and then bowling and laser tag at Bowlero Feasterville Lanes. The next day began with a tour of
MTA senior Joseph Friedman of Highland Park has been selected as a winner of the National Merit Scholarship. Approximately 1.6 million students nationwide entered this year’s National Merit Scholarship Program and only 16,000 of those students were selected as semifinalists. Those selected as semifinalists had the opportunity to
When Yeshivat Frisch junior Anny Safier stepped up to the poetry slam podium at SAR on May 8, something was different. Unlike, the rest of the participants, Safier carried no sheet of paper or smartphone with her. In addition, Safier, who is legally blind, noted that there hadn’t been time to print her compositions on
Last Friday, JEC students were recognized for their being elected to two very special societies. The National Honor Society counts as its members those students who have excelled in their classes and have demonstrated acts of kindness and community service.
Years ago, JEC launched its
It has been a busy performance season for the SAR HS choir. The choir traveled to the New York Supreme Court building to perform at the annual Jewish Lawyers Guild Holocaust Remembrance Program. The keynote speaker was Menachem Rosensaft, Holocaust survivor and general counsel to the World Jewish Congress. The program was a moving
In advance of Yom Yerushalayim, JKHA celebrated the momentous reunification of Yerushalayim. Lower school joined with middle school for the singing of Hatikvah followed by an amazing daglanut performance by the eighth grade girls. Middle school continued the celebration with a spirited chagiga to
In RKYHS Tanach classes, students have been engaging in “Tanach Circles,” an activity based upon what is commonly known as Literature Circles. Students choose, among multiple sifrei Tanach, a sefer that they would enjoy learning and then prepare a portion of the sefer for each time they meet.
Bruriah senior Chana Rutner organized this year’s Gift of Life swabbing drive. According to Ellen Azizollahoff, faculty adviser for this drive, “This was our most successful drive yet. Amazingly, three matches have been found from our drives, since we started running them in 2011.”
Bruriah’s 34 Russian-language students competed in the annual Olympiada of Spoken Russian Language at Drew University in Madison, New Jersey. Organized by American Council of Teachers of Russian (ACTR), the event provides students who study Russian with the opportunity to match their language skills against other students from
Mazal Tov to Yerushalayim on its 51st birthday and to Israel for the grand opening of the American Embassy in Jerusalem. For this historic event, several JEC early childhood classes had the opportunity see this exciting moment live from Israel. Morah Batsheva prepared a presentation that included some beautiful