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For many students, science fairs are both fun and enlightening. At top, Shulamith School for Girls students Tamar Davies (left) and Sophie Bhatia are eager to explain their exhibits. Below, fourth … more
Led by senior Zechariah Rosenthal, a National Merit Finalist, the Rambam Varsity College Bowl team won the sixth Annual Rambam College Bowl All-Star Challenge. The tournament hosted HAFTR, HANC, … more
Sarah Kalter, second-grader at HANC’s Samuel & Elizabeth Bass Golding Elementary School, uses iTaLAM, the iPad/Chromebook-based Ivrit program that works with traditional TaLAM Ivrit … more
Eighth grade girls from various incoming schools took part in the annual “Day in the Life at HANC High School” last Thursday, providing our applicants with the unique opportunity to see … more
Nursery Bet students at HANC’s Samuel & Elizabeth Bass Golding Early Childhood Center, in West Hempstead, were introduced to the world of art by taking part in Artist Studies in which they … more
HANC High School’s Menahel, Rabbi Shlomo Adelman, accompanied by the Director of Israel Guidance, Rabbi Avraham Ismach, last week visited alumni spending a year in Israel. One highlights was … more
HANC sixth graders received a certificate for completing an Hour of Code in Mrs. Natter’s computer class (photo left) The students can’t wait to put their coding knowledge to good use … more
The HANC High School Girls’ Retreat, on Shabbat Parashat Vayechi at the Radisson Hotel in New Jersey, again proved to be a highlight of the year. Students bonded with peers and teachers alike, … more
The enthusiasm of HANC’s Israel Action Committee was on display at Farmingdale Republic Airport, where they sang Am Yisrael Chai and greeted IDF veterans disabled in Gaza. “Personally … more
Kitah Bet students at the HANC Samuel & Elizabeth Bass Golding Elementary School, in West Hempstead, joyfully performed songs about their love and enthusiasm for learning Torah, as they received … more
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