On Thursday night, the Junior Varsity MTA Lions took on the HAFTR Hawks in the quarter-finals of the MYHSAL playoffs. MTA came in as a lower seed, but in what is considered a stronger conference than HAFTR, so there was a high confidence level for our Lions going in. HAFTR seemed to be playing with [...]
As the Juniors made their way into school on Wednesday morning, there was a special energy in advance of their annual grade trip. After davening, the students boarded the coach busses and headed straight to Connecticut Sportsplex where they had time to play laser tag, whirlyball, and football in the [...]
Raziel Siegman (’17) recently attended the Congress of Future Medical Leaders in Washington, sponsored by FutureDocs.com. Because of his outstanding performance at that conference, he received their Award of Excellence.
The Congress of Future Medical Leaders seeks to identify the physicians of the future and expose them to the current leaders in the field. At [...]
Baruch Hashem, our tefillos and our yeshiva-wide effort to refrain from talking during davening have helped Tehilla advance nicely post surgery.
Thank G-d, the doctors are happy with her progress. Please see the attached video of Tehilla walking !!!!
There is no doubt that our commitment to not talking during davening has played a role!!! To all who participate, Chazak [...]
The Junior Arista candidates have created a new system for student tutors to meet with students who need help in any subject area. The program is entitled “Each One Teach One”. Beginning this Monday, each morning during breakfast, tutors for all subjects will be available in the library. Any student who needs help can take his [...]
The Varsity Lions headed to Long Island to take on the top seeded HAFTR Hawks in their MYHSAL quarterfinal playoff match-up. This game was hyped to be close and exciting, and didn’t disappoint. MTA fans packed the HAFTR gym; our thanks to Mr. Dobrick for arranging a fan bus.
From the start, the MTA Lions [...]
On Tuesday night, the defense of the YUHSB Mock Trial team competed against the Browning School. The case regarded Casey Cheatham, the CFO of Pearson Precisions Inc. and treasurer of a school fundraising organization, who allegedly stole tens of thousands of dollars from an organizational fund raiser. There was no clear evidence, but witness Taylor Templeton claims that there [...]
By Noam Josse (’17)
On Thursday, Rabbi Axelrod’s 10th grade Shiur had the privilege to go to Masbia in Queens and help out in feeding the needy. The shiur split up into two groups, one group which helped package a room full of onions, and potatoes, and another which, using their Russian speaking skills, helped get [...]
On Thursday afternoon, Gedaliah Zemel (’15) represented YUHSB in the semi-final round of the English-Speaking Union’s National Shakespeare Competition, held at the Stephen Schwartzmann branch of the New York Public Library on 42nd Street, with participants from public, private and charter schools around Greater New York. Accompanied by Mrs. Levitt and Ms. Lewis, Gedaliah gave a powerful rendition [...]
On Wednesday night the JV Basketball Lions took on the JEC Thunder in the first round of the playoffs. “The Max” was packed and the fans were ready to cheer on MTA, the favorite in this matchup. After an heartpounding introduction of the Lions team – featuring smoke and lasers – the Lions were ready to [...]