• “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

  • STORM Takes the Lead in JV Basketball Playoffs by Shmuel Bak

    Posted February 11, 2016

    This past Wednesdayy, the TABC Storm hosted the Ramaz Rams in the first round of the JV basketball playoffs. TABC was led by the stellar offensive play off the bench by Eli Harcsztark and leadership of star sophomores Efrayim Saks and Yoni Fine. The game began with a strong start from both teams with TABC leading going into halftime with a score of 22-13. Both teams came out very strong offensively in the second half,but TABC pulled out the big win 62-50. TABC looks forward to their next playoff game, as they continue to make their push in the playoffs. For more pictures click here.

  • STORM Report - Team #1 Ninth Grade Intramural Champions

    Posted February 11, 2016

    Team 1 defeated Team 2 for the championship of 9th grade Intramurals 31-25. Team 2 took an early lead but Team 1 stormed back hitting a bunch of 3-pointers to seal the victory. The winning team players are Yisrael Schmutter, Ben Antosofsky, Moshe Sopher-Harelick, Benji Meiner, Avi Proctor, Rafi Press, Yoni Zirman, Jacob Lere, and Aaron Weinstein. Congratulations to all the teams on a fine season.

  • Jewish Pride

    Posted February 11, 2016

    A JYEP student put on his tefillin on for the first time on Thursday in TABC. He comes to TABC each Sunday to learn with Jonah Ganchrow '16 and Rabbi Yoni Mandelstam. He davened in the senior minyan and received an aliya. We are incredibly proud that our rebbeim and students are regularly involved in outreach with such beautiful results!

  • Alumni Pride

    Posted February 11, 2016

    Two of the three musicians listed here as "Three of the Most Talented Jewish Musicians" are TABC alumni Dov Rosenblatt '99 and Ami Kozak '04.

  • Rosh Chodesh Adar Fun

    Posted February 11, 2016

    Meshenichnas Adar marbim b'simcha! The TABC seniors infused the yeshiva's hallways with the spirit of Adarin honor of Rosh Chodesh. It is fantastic to see their wonderful camaraderie, as they enjoy wholesome fun together. For more photos, click here.

  • Drunk Driving Program

    Posted February 11, 2016

    TABC guidance programs aim to encourage our adolescents to make smart decisions and to keep the lines of communication between parents and children open. The juniors and seniors recently participated in a program on thedangers of drunk driving. They heard from Mr. Steve Benvenisti, a local personal injury attorney, who described the case of a college student struck by a drunk driver in Daytona Beach, Florida. He then revealed that he was the victim in the case.

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  • Over 50 Seniors Inducted into National Honor Society

    Posted February 11, 2016

    We are proud to announce that on Friday, February 5th, 50 TABC seniors were inducted into the Segula Chapter of the National Honor Society. Each student was presented with a pin and a Certificate of Membership in the National Honor Society. Membership is based on Scholarship, Service, Leadership and Character. Friday's ceremony began with introductory remarks by Mr. Arthur Poleyeff, followed by a Dvar Torah given by Rabbi Ezra Wiener. The keynote speaker was Dr. Ari Mermelstein, assistant professor of Bible at Yeshiva University, who gave an inspirational message to the inductees.The induction ceremony was followed by refreshments sponsored by TAPA for the honorees, their parents and grandparents. Thank you Cindy Forgash, Devorah Schloss, Elit Rimberg and Lisa Rothschild for preparing the delicious spread.

  • Pink Day Raises Thousands for Sharsheret

    Posted February 11, 2016

    TABC BOYS WEAR PINK. On Wednesday, TABC celebrated Pink Day, a day devoted to raising awareness of, and raising funds for, finding the cure to breast cancer. This year's Pink Day was dedicated in memory of Rochie Shoretz z"l, the founder of Sharsheret. Rochie's son Dovid Mirsky, a TABC senior, spoke very movingly about his mother and the power of chesed. The students then participated in a yom iyun on issues of medical ethics and the Torah perspective on suffering, with shiurim by both the rebbeim and the science department of TABC. We are very proud of of the fact that Pink Day, which started here at TABC, has become an international event, raising thousands of dollars for Sharsheret. TABC alone raised over $4,000 leading up to Pink Day! For more photos,click here.

  • 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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  • STORM Report - TABC STORM VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM CELEBRATES FINAL HOME GAME WITH IMPORTANT VICTORY

    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.