TABC is proud to announce that almost 10% of the senior class has been recognized by the National Merit Scholarship Program either as a merit semi-finalist or as commended students. Senior Akiva Sturm was named a National Merit Scholar semi-finalist this year. This outstanding achievement ranks TABC among the top yeshivot
The students at Anshei Lubavitch Preschool were immersed in parsha learning as they used different art mediums to explore the story of creation in parshat Bereishit.
What a wonder-filled moment! During the summer, children at Chabad had planted a garden and cared for it by watering it daily. What a surprise when they came back to school and saw the growth that had occurred. They loved enjoying the fruits of their labor.
The Yavneh Academy early childhood department held a Bereishit Fair this week in honor of the parsha. Each classroom was transformed into one of the days of creation. The children were able to experience each day through wonderful hands-on activities such as playing with shaving cream clouds, creating telescopes
Eighth grade Moriah students are diving headfirst into engineering! Before Sukkot, they designed cell phones for the elderly using the virtual platform Edheads. Working in groups, the students applied their knowledge of the engineering design process by conducting research and writing up design briefs. Based on feedback from
Thank you to RYNJ PTA for sponsoring an amazing Chol Hamoed carnival. RYNJ families enjoyed a variety of blow ups, refreshments and spending time with each other.
Yavneh Academy’s eighth grade joined with Gan Yavneh pre-k class for the first ever joint Project Shabbat. They ushered in the ruach of Shabbat with singing and hand motions! The eighth graders enjoyed traveling back in time and revisiting their pre-Shabbat favorites!
Yeshivat Frisch’s early morning “Cougar Kollel” is excited to welcome Rabbi Zvi Sobolofsky, a rosh yeshiva at Yeshiva University’s Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary (RIETS) and founding rabbi of Bergenfield’s Congregation Ohr HaTorah, for a weekly Friday Gemara shiur. The shiur delves deeply (“lomdus” style)
The children of the Leah Sokoloff Nursery School are learning about the concept of creating as they begin their study of sefer Berishit. They created their own artistic paintings and had a great time learning about light and dark as the morot opened and closed the classroom lights. They celebrated the first week