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News

  • TAPA

    Posted March 20, 2015
    Before purim becomes a distant memory, we wanted to take the opportunity to thank several people for their help in making our Purim BREAK-FAST, and our Mishloach Manot to our teachers and staff so successful! Our MANY sponsors (click here for full list) helped us give our staff a Mishloach Manot package that was appreciated by all. We thank those who worked hard to pick out the items, put them together and distribute them to our staff.
  • Rabbi Blau at the Orthodox Forum

    Posted March 20, 2015

    This week, Rabbi Yaakov Blau represented TABC at the Orthodox Forum, a think-tank which meets yearly to discuss issues of concern to the Jewish community. Forum participants include academicians, rashei yeshiva, Jewish educators and Jewish communal professionals. The papers presented in each year's Forum are later published in a book series. This year's Forum dealt with Neo-Chasidut.

  • TABC Tech-Storm is Here!

    Posted March 20, 2015

    The TABC Tech-Storm is here! The technology based club had its first meeting this week with an amazing turn out. A group of 15 students came and are ready to try everything they can. Ken Harris, the club's supervisor and the head of the school's IT Department, had many ideas for the young, brilliant minds to try. Mr. Harris' ideas ranged from salvaging parts from old computers to create new computers to donate to those that need, to learning all different types of coding, and to assisting our faculty members with technological issues that could occur in their classrooms. Read full story here.

  • Students Compete in A Capella Competition

    Posted March 20, 2015

    Seven TABC boys participated in the V'ata Banim Shiru a cappella competition raising money for the Koby Mandell Foundation. The competition was held at the Rambam Mesitva in Lawrence on Wednesday evening, March 11. The 4 competing teams (HANC, MTA, Rambam, and TABC) performed 2 songs each, followed by compliments and constructive criticism from the judges. Read full story here

  • Alumnus Visit to Engineering Class

    Posted March 20, 2015

    The 9th grade engineering classes were privileged tohear from Benjy Ratzersdorfer ('11) currently a junior at Rutgers Mechanical Engineering. He spoke in a friendly, interactively manner about campus life at RU for an Orthodox Jew and the rigorous demands of all engineering programs. Our students peppered him with questions concerning life after college - ie job prospects - which he assured our budding engineers are wonderful.

  • Y8 Night In

    Posted March 20, 2015

    This past Monday night, Rabbi Kahn's Y8 shiur enjoyed a special night after school at TABC. After night seder, the students enjoyed dinner and a dvar Torah from Rabbi Kahn, followed by a series of activities. The games were fun and intense with the freshmen taking on the sophomores for Y8 bragging rights. The students enjoyed ultimate handball, basketball and soccer together. In the end, everyone was a winner (but the sophomores have the bragging rights).

  • TABC Victorious in Chess

    Posted March 20, 2015

    In the 2nd round of the chess season TABC defeated Kushner 12 games to 2 to bring its overall record to 23 and 5. Looking forward to the playoffs after Pesach. Thank you to Captain Moshe Pahmer for organizing the match.

  • Varsity Soccer Takes New Season by STORM!

    Posted March 20, 2015

    The TABC Varsity soccer team stormed in to the new season with a perfect 3:0 record. This year's team has a deep roster, with ten returning seniors being joined by a group of talented juniors. The team began practicing in November, and this has paid off handsomely at the start of the season. Read full story here.

  • TABC Places 1st in Model Beit Din

    Posted March 20, 2015

    TABC has once again emerged as the champions of the Lander College for Men Model Beis Din competition. TABC's well-prepared students, led by coach Rabbi Jachter (who serves as an active Dayan) and captain Shlomo Korsinsky '17, blew away the competition with their mastery of the relevant sources to help them respond to the issues with which they were challenged. Read full story here.

  • Gearing up for Pesach

    Posted March 20, 2015

    With Pesach coming up, many of our students are involved in their own Pesach preparations. Next week, students in many of our shiurim will begin delivering shiurim to their classmates on a variety of Pesach topics including Bedikat Chametz, Owning Stock in a Chametz Company, Kashering the Kitchen, The Mitzva of Eating the Korban Pesach and dozens of topics related to the Seder.