• “In TABC there is never a boring day. There could be anything from a scavenger hunt throughout the building, to a spontaneous Purim chagigah; but one thing is certain, the students and faculty of TABC are never bored.”

    Judah Samuel ('18)

  • “In TABC there is never a boring day. There could be anything from a scavenger hunt throughout the building, to a spontaneous Purim chagigah; but one thing is certain, the students and faculty of TABC are never bored.”

    Judah Samuel ('18)

  • “One of my favorite things about TABC is the trips. Whether It’s rafting, a shabbaton, Six Flags, or paintball there is always something to do; and in the rare case that someone doesn’t like the trip there is always another option.”

    Eitan Leff ('18)

  • “Besides the learning, the sports here at TABC play a major role. Even if you’re not on a team it is still fun to join the dozens of fans at every game. GO STORM!”

    Matthew Ganchrow ('19)

  • “Class in TABC is something I constantly look forward to. Every teacher has their own way of making the lesson fun and interesting.”

    Avi Roth ('18)

  • “While in most schools people are friends with those in their own grade, at TABC I have people to hang out with from every grade. When I walk in to the gym there are freshman, sophomores, juniors, and seniors asking me to join their game.”

    Noah Miller ('19)

  • “The learning here at TABC can’t be compared to anywhere else. Whether it’s by myself, with a chavrusa, or with a Rebbe the knowledge and skills that I amass and develop will stick with me forever. TABC has provided for me the base of Torah-knowledge on which I can build for the rest of my life.”

    Avi Finkelstein ('16)

  • “One of my favorite chesed activities in TABC Is the Midnight Run where TABC students go to Manhattan to deliver food and clothing to the homeless. It is a moving experience for both sides.”

    Zev Jarashow ('16)

  • “My first day in TABC, I was getting nervous. Would I have friends? Would I be welcomed? That feeling was quickly lost as I walked towards the front door; Rebbeim and friends were there to greet me.”

    Noam MIller ('19)

News at Torah Academy

  • A Note from the Nurse

    Posted February 5, 2016

    As families travel abroad, please keep this important information from the American Academy of Pediatrics in mind.
    The Zika Virus Disease (or Zika) is a mosquito-borne disease that typically occurs in tropical Africa and southeast Asia. In May 2015, the Pan American Health Organization / World Health Organization (PAHO / WHO) reported the first local (autochthonous) transmission of Zika in the Americas.

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    Posted February 5, 2016

    On Senior Night at the Weather Center, the Boys Varsity Basketball Team faced off against the SAR Sting. Although both teams had already secured post season berths, this contest represented serious playoff implications in terms of seeding, etc. In a hard fought, defensive battle, the Storm defeated the Sting by a final score of 33-31.The game featured a balanced offensive attack with all 5 starters scoring at various pivotal moments in the game. Captains Tai Gerszberg and Shua Naor displayed their typical on and off the court leadership. The seniors were introduced individually at half time, recognizing their hard work, effort and commitment to TABC during their high school career. The seniors are: Co-Captains Shua Naor & Tai Gerszberg, and team members Gavi Smith, Aaron Heideman, Drew Stromer, Shlomo Kroopnick, Avi Glazer, and Yosef Bram.

  • Mock Trial

    Posted February 5, 2016

    Congratulations to the the Mock Trial team. After going 4-0 in the regular season, the team went deep into the playoffs. After beating Indian Hills High School and Mahwah High School, the team finally succumbed to Bergen Catholic in the county finals. We are proud of their great season.

  • Sophomore Guidance Evening

    Posted February 5, 2016

    Wednesday night, February 10 at 7:00 PM thecombined guidance departments of Torah Academy will be holding an important program for tenth grade parents. The evening will consist of three parts. Rabbi Steven Finkelstein, Director of Guidance and Dr. Michael Atlas, Director of Student Support Services will discuss various aspects of the guidance program and special needs accommodations at TABC as they apply to sophomores, juniors and seniors. Rabbi Ezra Wiener will discuss his role as Mashgiach Ruchani as it applies to learning outside of school and preparation for life and schools in Israel after graduation. Dr. Garry Katz will introduce parents to the early aspects of the college guidance program, including a review of some of the college guidance jargon and some of the issues that students need to know as they reach the end of the sophomore year.

  • Pink Day is Wednesday

    Posted February 5, 2016

    This year's annual Pink Day, which will take place on Wednesday, February 10th, will be dedicated to the memory of Sharsheret founder and Executive Director, Rochelle Shoretz, z"l. Dovid Mirsky, '16, Rochie's son, will begin the special program followed byfive concurrent learning sessions:
    Rabbi Adler: Maintaining Faith in Times of Crisis
    Dr. Berman and Mrs. Goldenberg : Confidentiality and Halacha
    Rabbi Fridman: Mothers of Spiritual Resistance - the Story of the Midwives
    Rabbi Jachter: Spiritual Stamina- Lessons from Sefer Iyov
    Rabbi Wiener: Faith in Suffering
    Parents are welcome to join us at 9:30 AM in the Beit Knesset and to select one of these sessions.

  • TABC Victorious in the New Jersey Math League

    Posted February 5, 2016

    Torah Academy achieved an astounding victory at the third meet of the New Jersey Math League.Seven students achieved a perfect score of six. They are senior Shalom Gottesman, and juniors Moshe Davis, Eli Dickman, Andrew Haberman, Hillel Koslowe, Yehuda Koslowe and Daniel Zolty. With these perfect scores, our team tied for first place in the state for the third meet. Our cumulative score resulted in our moving from third to second place of thirty five schools in Bergen County overall, only 1 point below the two first place schools. We continue to hold the position of first place of all Yeshivas in the metropolitan area.

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  • TABC Seniors Continue to be Accepted to the Colleges of their Choice

    Posted February 5, 2016

    We are proud to announce that our seniors continue to hear great results from their college applications. This past week, almost all of our students who applied to the University of Maryland were accepted and a number were offered places in their Honors and Scholars Program. In addition, a number of students have been offered places in the various honors programs at Rutgers University, some with significant academic scholarships. We look forward to more good news as the month continues.

  • Rebbeim Maintain Strong Kesher with Alumni in Israel

    Posted February 5, 2016

    TABC takes pride in that the vast majority of our talmidim choose to continue their learning in yeshivot in Israeleach year and particularly proud of the strong presence we always have in the Hesder yeshivot. We, likewise, pride ourselves on the strong relationships our administrators and faculty have with their students, lasting well beyond the latter's time in TABC. Those two feelings coalesced recently, as several Rebbeim who were in Israel had the opportunity to maintain their kesher with the TABC alumni learning there, while sharing in the nachat we all feel of their development as bnei Torah. For more photos, click here and here.

  • Head of School Announcement

    Posted January 19, 2016

    Dear Faculty, Parents, Students, Alumni and Friends, We are so very pleased and excited to announce to the TABC community the appointment of Rabbi Asher Yablok as our new Head of School, commencing in June, 2016. Rabbi Yablok's approval as Head of School by the Board of Trustees of TABC last night followed the unanimous recommendation of the Executive Board and the Search Committee. This appointment also reflects the exceptional positive feedback we received following Rabbi Yablok's visit last week from our stakeholders, including Rabbi Adler, our faculty, students and parents.

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  • TABC Joins Team Yachad in Jerusalem Marathon

    Posted January 15, 2016

    Torah Academy of Bergen County has been a friend of Yachad for several years and we are now glad to announce that we will be running with Team Yachad in the 2016 Jerusalem Marathon. We are excited and proud to be part of such a tremendous organization, and cannot wait to show our support while running through the streets of Jerusalem! Click here to donate!