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A milestone at the North Shore Hebrew Academy (NSHA) Middle School, in Great Neck, will be reached when 19 students, both Ashkenazic and Sephardic, chant Megillat Esther for their schoolmates, … more
The North Shore Hebrew Academy is the Great Neck community’s Modern Orthodox yeshiva day school, serving toddlers through eighth-graders on three campuses — toddlers at the Young Israel … more
Congratulations and Mazal Tov to the HANC High School Boys’ Torah Bowl Team on becoming this year’s High School Yeshiva League Champions!  Over the course of the season, the HANC … more
The North Shore Hebrew Academy is the Great Neck community’s Modern Orthodox yeshiva day school, serving students from all over Long Island and Queens. Embracing the finest aspects of Jewish … more
MVP, the Jewish orthodox boys basketball camp at Camp Seneca Lake, celebrated its sixth consecutive season of record breaking registration and enrollment. more
Under the trying conditions of a pre-Shabbat snow storm, the Hebrew Academy of the Five Towns and Rockaway hosted the annual HAFTR Invitational Scott Satran Memorial Tournament last weekend and came out winners in more ways than one. more
HANC students at AIPAC hone Israel advocacy tools Several students from HANC’s high school last week joined 400 other students from across the country and attended the three-day AIPAC Schusterman High School Summit in Washington, DC. more
This week HAFTR had the pleasure of hosting the 25th annual Scott Satran basketball tournament. The HAFTR Invitational Scott Satran Memorial Tournament is a bittersweet occasion. It brings together students from eight different yeshiva high schools to commemorate a HAFTR alumnus, Scott Satran, who passed away 25 years ago from cancer at the age of 20. Every year this event bonds the HAFTR community and seven other schools together in remembrance. more
They raised questions, hypothesized, tested and made winning designs, earning prizes at the Yeshiva Science Olympiad on March 6. This year’s venue was Touro College’s Lander College for Men, welcoming students into its lab classrooms. “It’s important for the Orthodox community to contribute to science for the betterment of the world. We welcome these talented young men and women on our campus,” said Dean Dr. Moshe Sokol. more
By Jewish Star Staff Issue of January 22, 2010/ 7 Shvat 5770 Three seniors at North Shore Hebrew Academy High School are semifinalists in the 2010 Intel Science Talent Search competition. … more
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