• “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

  • Upcoming Schedule

    Posted July 25, 2016

    Upcoming Schedule

    September 8th - First Day of School;

    September 13th - Back to School Night;

    October 3 & 4 - Rosh Hashana - No sessions;

    October 5 - Tzom Gedalia - Dismissal at 1:45;

    October 11 & 12 - Yom Kippur - No sessions;

    October 17-25 - Sukkot - No sessions;

    For complete calendar, click here

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