• As a transfer student, I was welcomed warmly. All of my classmates treated me as if I had been there since Freshman year. I was able to connect with the teachers even though they knew my classmates longer."

    ~Jonathan Falk ('12)

  • When I entered TABC I was not confident enough to speak in front of a class of 30. By the time I graduated I was the student council president. Now I give tours and happily talk in front of large groups of random museum visitors."

    ~Anonymous ('09)

  • I made lifelong friends… the education I received prepared me for yeshiva and college and beyond… it was in those halls that I discovered many of the passions I have in life both personally and professionally.

    ~Anonymous ('02)

  • TABC gave me an appreciation for knowledge, in both secular and Judaic studies, and activated an aspiration to grow and learn more.

    ~Anonymous ('05)

  • I developed friends, teachers, and rebbeim for life.

    ~ Ari Rosen ('06)

  • TABC gave me confidence and leadership skills that I have used since leaving the school and becoming a college Hillel president. TABC taught and helped me to learn more about certain subjects of which I now know better than many people I know.

    ~ Joshua Rubin ('08)

  • It [TABC] turned me from an awkward 14 year-old to a confident 18 year-old ready to face the world.

    ~ Yoni Liss ('98)

  • It [TABC] helped me grow as a Jew. I became a better person because of TABC's chesed opportunities. I think a big role of my growth in TABC had to be the interest the faculty put in me and each and every student.

    ~ Anonymous ('09)

  • It [TABC] showed me that when life gets tough, you have your family there to back you up and I felt that TABC was that family all 4 years of high school.

    ~ Anonymous ('10)

  • TABC created a nurturing and supportive environment that enabled me to foster my critical thinking skills and personal development, laying the groundwork that allowed me to excel in my studies throughout competitive undergraduate and graduate schools.

    ~ Anonymous ('01)

  • After nearly 15 years, most of my closest friends are the ones I made in High School. I still have a good relationship with several of the rabbeim.

    ~ Chaim Sussman ('97)

  • The class of '04 is a fantastic group of people. I established connections with my classmates that remain some of my strongest personal connections to this day. I should also point out that my Rabbeim and Teachers were some of the most caring and brightest people in the business, and I still speak to many of them on a regular basis.

    ~ Avi Eserner ('04)

  • It [TABC] definitely opened my eyes towards what it means to be a religious Jew, one who values Torah, the community, and Eretz Yisrael. The school is a very family-oriented place, very inclusive, and helped me forge friendships I will have forever.

    ~ Eitan Rapps ('06)

  • The focus, in both religious as well as secular classes, on Orthodox values gave me a greater appreciation for them. Most importantly, I developed a sense of being able to view all areas of life (secular and non-secular) through a religious, Orthodox prism - a sense that everything I do can be an expression of Avodat Hashem.

    ~ Dani Shaffren ('04)

News at Torah Academy

  • Sukkot with TABC

    Posted October 21, 2014

    Although school was closed during Sukkot, TABC was definitely OPEN! TABC Students and Alumni participated in Sukkot activities throughout the week.

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  • Chessed Activities

    Posted October 2, 2014

    Please click here for a current list of Chessed opportunities.

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  • College Guidance Update

    Posted October 2, 2014

    Ten colleges have visited TABC so far in the past few weeks.Our boys have been very interested in the presentations and the college representatives have been very impressed by our students' questions. It was especially rewarding to welcome Yeshiva University representative and TABC alumnus, Jonah Raskas. At this point the seniors are busy working on their essays and applications, many of which are due during the month of November, while our teachers are working on their formal college recommendation letters. The College Guidance Department continues to work with all the seniors as they complete their applications. Twenty-five colleges are scheduled to visit TABC this year. Click here for the list of upcoming college visits.

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  • Upcoming Tryouts and Meetings

    Posted October 2, 2014

    • Soccer Team - Tryouts for the JV Soccer Team will take place on Monday nights, October 20th and 27th from 8 to 9:30 pm.The team is a spring sport that will have periodic practices throughout the winter.
    • Tennis Team - Tryouts for the Tennis Team will take place this Sunday night, October 5th from 6 to 8 pm, as well as another date after Sukkot. Another email will be sent out with details regarding location, as well as a second tryout date. The team is also a spring sport that will have periodic practices throughout the winter.
    • Debate Team - Tryouts will take place the week after Sukkot. Students who are interested in trying out must speak to Rabbi Kahn prior to Sukkot.
    • Torah Bowl - Tryouts will take place during breakfaston Tuesday morning, October 21st. Students who are interested in trying out should prepare Parshat Bereishit, with Rashi.
    If you have any questions or wish to discuss any extra curricular activities, please be in touch with Rabbi Kahn.

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  • Pre-Law Club hosts Assemblyman Schaer

    Posted October 2, 2014

    This past Wednesday night TABC's pre-Law club had the great privilege to hear from Assemblyman Gary Schaer. He spoke to the group about his position and duties in the State government as well as his experience being an Orthodox Jew in the government. The Assemblyman told the group about various bills that he himself authored that affect Orthodox Jews. Thank you very much to Aaron Eckstein for arranging this meeting.

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  • The 11Y Physics Class Doesn't Only Learn Physics

    Posted October 2, 2014

    Imagine working for a company that shuts down operations every seven years - generating no income. We are all familiar with the tremendous mesirus nefesh shmitta-observant farmers undergo every seven years in Eretz Yisrael. The Midrash describes these Tzadikkim as "giborei koach". This year, more than 3000 farmers are resting 90,000 acres of fields along with their equipment all for the sake of Hashem's Mitzvot. Dr. Berman's 11Y Honors Physics class has taken upon itself to collect $1000 this year for these farmers. In this picture Noam Weider is holding the Schtar presented to the class by Keren Hashvees. The Schtar not only expresses gratitude... it also goes on to explain how the class is meshutaf (partners) with a farmer in 100 meters square of his land. It is noted in the document how to find the exact location of our field.

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  • Parent-Son Learning

    Posted October 2, 2014

    All students and parents are invited to our Tishrei Parent-Son Learning Night taking place on Monday evening,October 6th. The Parent-Son Learning Program is a nice opportunity for our students and parent body to spend an evening learning together. The evening begins with dinner at 6:45, followed by chavruta learning during which the students and parents prepare maareh mekomot (source sheets) for the shiur. The highlight of the program will be the shiur delivered by Rabbi Laurence Rothwachs, Rabbi of Congregation Beth Aaron in Teaneck. Please RSVP to Rabbi Mandelstam (Raphi.Mandelstam@tabc.org).

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  • Special Yom Iyun for the Yomim Noraim

    Posted October 2, 2014

    In the midst of the Yomim Noraim, the Judaic Studies Faculty wanted to find an opportunity to inspire and uplift the student body. They arranged a comprehensive Yom Iyun centered around a topic that is relevant and meaningful to everyday life - the timeless values of honesty and integrity. Rabbi Yaakov Glasser, Dean of The Center of the Jewish Future of Yeshiva University, started the program with powerful and impactful words. He challenged the students to take an honest look at themselves and begin to explore their endless potential. The students then participated in three different sessions focusing on honesty between man and man, man and himself, and man and God. The small session groups were led by the various members of the Judaic Studies Faculty. The sessions produced thought-provoking ideas and great discussions. We are hopeful that the Yom Iyun will leave an indelible impression on both the student body and faculty members.

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  • Weight Room Pulls its Weight

    Posted September 23, 2014

    Once again, the TABC weight room is proving to be one of the most popular areas in the building. Students are permitted to use the weight room during supervised gym classes.

  • New Learning Center Opens

    Posted September 23, 2014

    The new TABC Learning Center is a place where students with diverse academic challenges are given individualized support to achieve greater success in school. Mrs. Susan Neumark, Director of the Learning Center works collaboratively with Dr. Atlas, Director of Support Services and Ms. Donna Hoenig, Learning Specialist and the general studies faculty.

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