Friday, October 30, 2020


MTA LEADers Enter the Lion Tank

After months of developing their ideas, attending workshops and presentations by various business professors and executives and receiving mentorship from Sy Syms School of Business School students, members of the Yeshiva University High School for Boys (MTA) LEAD program presented their business plans to the MTA LEAD Executive


Yavneh Academy Students Raise $17,000 for Chai Lifeline

The Yavneh Academy fifth graders raised an amazing $17,000 on behalf of Chai Lifeline during their parsha-thon fundraiser. The students were treated to a Mets game for their tremendous efforts.


RKYHS Seniors’ Year Comes to a Close

End of Year Marked With Meaningful Celebrations and Moving Ceremonies

The RKYHS Class of 2016 participated in their inspirational graduation ceremony and officially joined the ranks of alumni. Prior to graduation, the students spent their last week in school enjoying special


Bruriah Junior High Mentors First Graders in Financial Literacy

As part of its eighth grade leadership program, Bruriah’s junior high hosted its second Big Sister event for first grade students of the JEC’s Yeshiva of Elizabeth. The junior high students prepared a money-themed carnival as an enjoyable way for their younger counterparts to practice math and finance skills, which they have


BPY Third Grade Reap Fruits of Torah Garden

Last week, Ben Porat Yosef third graders snacked on kale—after checking for bugs and making a beautiful bracha—that BPY students had themselves planted in the school’s garden. Then, they explored the garden to learn about everything that is currently growing. After their tour of the garden, the third graders planted


Yeshivat Noam Sixth Grade Is Exploding With Scientists

Sixth grade girls in Mrs. Miriam Shteingart’s science class completed a unit on volcanoes with some real explosions!


Lunch Spent Learning

Noam Students Devote Time to Daf Yomi

Thanks to the inspiration and under the guidance of their teacher, Rabbi Benjamin Pomper, over twenty Yeshivat Noam middle school students learn Daf Yomi voluntarily daily during their lunch period. The students made a siyum on


From One Author to Another

Children’s Author Meets With RYNJ Second Grade

RYNJ second grade’s author study of Cynthia Rylant culminated with a visit from another children’s book author, Andria Warmflash Rosenbaum. The students got a sneak peak into one of Mrs. Rosenbaum’s new picture books and


Before Finals Frisch Gathers to Honor the Year Past

To celebrate a great year of learning, growth, community, pursuing individual passions and meaningful relationships, Frisch held its annual closing program just before classes broke for finals. There, students reflected on the past year and sang “Acheinu” together.

Frisch juniors


Yavneh Gan Art Study Comes to Life at the MET

Last week the Yavneh Academy Gan students visited the Metropolitan Museum of Art, culminating their year-long in-depth study of art history and art appreciation.

Throughout the year, the students studied works by artists such as Picasso, Rembrandt, Monet, Cassatt, Mondrian Chagall and


TABC’s Seniors Hit Orlando

TABC’s class of 2016 had one last bonding experience on their senior trip to Florida. Activities included a Yankees vs. Tampa Bay Rays baseball game, excitement at Busch Gardens, entertainment at Universal Studios, adventures in jet skiing and serious competition in mini golf. It was a wonderful culmination of four years of


BPY Students Examine Megillat Rut Inside and Out

Ben Porat Yosef fifth grade students had a delightful time celebrating Shavuot in class not only learning about the story of Rut, but also with a reading of Megillat Rut from an actual megillah scroll. They were proud of their accomplishment.