• “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 Report

    Posted April 20, 2016

    Congratulations to the STORM JV Softball team on their 2-1 victory over JEC! Monday, April 18th was our first tennis match of the season. The team played a very workman like match. the camaraderie was first class and with that support from each other we won our first match 3-2 against MTA. Coach Bobby was very impressed with the players for their dedication and determination. We are all truly excited about the future of this team and can't wait to get these young men involved in some serious practices.

  • Alumni Shiurim a Hit

    Posted April 20, 2016

    Each day this week large numbers of alumni gathered for special alumni pre-Pesach shiurim (and to be treated to a pizza lunch by TABC). Since 2009, TABC has been conducting shiurim for returning alumni before Pesach with large turnouts each year. This year alumni had the pleasure of hearing Rabbi Raphi Mandelstam, Rabbi Rich and Rabbi Malitzky deliver shiurim on topics that helped build excitement for the upcoming Chag. Thank you to Rabbi Jachter for coordinating yet another successful alumni event.

  • Rabbi Jachter as Bio Rebbe?

    Posted April 20, 2016

    Mrs. Goldenberg's biology students had the privilege of hearing Rabbi Jachter discuss the halachic aspects of cloning. The students had just completed a unit on genetic engineering in biology class. The students were fascinated by all the latest technology is this particular field of science. What intrigued the students most was how some of these issues would be addressed by today's leading poskim. Rabbi Jachter shed light on several of these issues, and how the rabbanim handle some of the challenging questions in the growing field of genetic engineering. Topics included the permissibility of human cloning, organ cloning and animal cloning. The definition of a human being was also addressed. For example, would the Torah regard a clone as human? The key goal of Rabbi Jachter's talk was that halacha has sources and answers for any new technology that emerges and that we must always keep in mind that there is a Torah perspective on any issue we confront. The students were enthralled by the conversation, and the conversation was only limited by the time allowed.

  • Rabbi Adler's Shiur Compiles Book of Divrei Torah in his Honor

    Posted April 20, 2016

    With the knowledge that Rabbi Adler would enjoy no gesture of support during his recent absence more than original Divrei Torah from his own talmidim, Y11 produced a magnificent volume in honor of their rebbe. The sefer, which covers topics such as Purim, Pesach, and the mitzvah of Talmud Torah, begins with an introductory essay by Rabbi Fridman, who has been substituting for Rabbi Adler, addressing the distinction between honor accorded a Talmid Chacham, and the qualitatively distinct honor and reverence which must be accorded one's own rebbe.

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  • Holocaust Studies Class Meets WWII Hero

    Posted April 20, 2016

    On Thursday, April 14th, as the culmination to their year of studies on the Shoah, students in Mrs. Reichardt's Holocaust Studies class met a true hero. Mr. Alan Moskin, a retired attorney and WWII veteran, came to share his pre-war, wartime and post-war experiences with the class. A native of Englewood, New Jersey, Mr. Moskin described how he grew up in an ethnically diverse neighborhood and how shocked and unprepared he was to face the bigotry and hatred that he encountered while serving in the U.S. Army in the 1940's. !

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  • TABC Engineers Have Drive

    Posted April 20, 2016

    Engineering students Shlomo Greenberg, Aron Kurlantzick, Naftali Lieber, and Netanel Shedlo used the improvement in the weather to test their car. The team, after much trial and error, managed to order, wire, and construct a two battery, two motor, chargeable vehicle capable of transporting an adult. The next stage will be to program the vehicle for object avoidance. Ultimately, we hope to guide it via canned maps and eventually via a GPS.

  • Y8 Makes a Siyum

    Posted April 20, 2016

    This past week Y8 Gemara, led by Rabbi Malitzky celebrated the siyum on the 4th perek of Brachot. After playing softball and a BBQ lunch at Votee Park, Ariel Rivkin '18, Roi Shushan '18 and Akiva Motechin '19 spoke. Rabbi Malitzky followed with and inspriational lesson on Rav Hutner's explanation of why we don't say the special wedding bentching (שהשמחה במעונו) at a siyum. May all our students continue to taste the sweetness of Torah and accomplish much in their learning.

  • Rabbi Grossman & Students Cheer on the Yankees

    Posted April 15, 2016

    On Wednesday April 6th, Rabbi Grossman took a group of TABC students to the Yankees Vs Astros game. After school, the group had a pizza dinner and were then off to the stadium. There, on a very cold night, they saw the Yankees win 16-6, with 6 home runs being hit.The boys and Rabbi Grossman, an avid Yankees fan, had a wonderful bonding opportunity, a night they will remember for a long time.

  • Shlomo Korsinsky '17 Makes Siyum

    Posted April 15, 2016

    Mazal Tov to junior Shlomo Korsinsky on completing Messechet Pesachim. Many members of the TABC family joined in his siyum on Sunday. We are proud that our talmidim understand the importance of talmud Torah lishma and that learning is a lifelong endeavor.

  • Matmidim Shabbaton Entertains and Inspires

    Posted April 15, 2016

    This past Shabbat, the senior matmidim had an unbelievable shabbaton at the home of Rabbi and Dr. Malitzky in Passaic. The matmidim davened at the Carlebach minyan located in the home of Harry Rothenberg (uncle of Zachary Rothenberg '17) where they were both entertained and inspired by the speech given by the elder Mr. Rothenberg, who is a noted speaker.

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