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PAUSE — Pausing and Understanding Speech’s Effect — a  new initiative led by 10th and 11th grade students under the direction of limudei kodesh teacher Sheva Mezei, was … more
Many Long Island schools celebrated Yom Yerushalayim, with SKA alumna taking their party to the source, posing at the Kotel (bottom right). Flag-bearing HAFTR early childhood students made do with a … more
Acquiring knowledge to navigate the world as an Orthodox woman is an aspiration of SKA and MACS (Modesty Awareness Committee by Students). At a yom iyunat YIW, SKA girls heard from three women … more
Students at Jewish schools with a Zionist orientation unfurled the blue-and-white throughout Long Island last Thursday, April 19, celebrating the 70th anniversary of the birth of the modern state of … more
Six students from the Stella K. Abraham High School for Girls presented their work on solving the opioid addiction crisis, in the Northwell Health Medical Marvels Research Competition, part of the … more
Assorted cartoon characters, hippies and other unusual persons appeared in the classrooms of the Stella K. Abraham High School for Girls to welcome the month of simcha, Adar. Girls from every grade … more
Long Islanders were among the 18,000 pro-Israel advocates — including nearly 4,000 students — who massed in Washington this week for the annual AIPAC Policy Conference. Many shuls, … more
The preparation challah, pictured here, was one of many activities that tenth graders at HALB’s Stella K. Abraham High School for Girls engaged in during their recent leyl iyun at the school. … more
There was pink everywhere at the Stella K. Abraham High School for Girls on Pink Day, Wednesday, Feb. 7. Pink banners, posters, steamers and a sea of pink-wearing students and faculty filled the … more
Tables laden with fresh and dried fruit filled the hallway at the Stella K. Abraham High School for Girls in honor of Tu B’shevat, the Rosh Hashanah for fruit trees. In a more in-depth … more
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