Seniors enjoyed a 3-day trip to the Split Rock Resort in the Poconos this week. Each day was jam-packed with fun activities and excursions, including Coastal Sports NJ, Dorney Park, whitewater rafting, paintball, mountain biking, BBQ, kumzits, arcades, bowling, swimming, sports, and of course, learning. This one last adventure was the perfect way to end […]
MTA Freshmen enjoyed a fun-filled gradewide trip on Thursday, May 24th to Nesquehoning, PA featuring ziplining, sports, bike riding, paintball, and a BBQ. “It was an incredible experience for the entire grade to bond with one another and their rebbeim,” said Director of Student Activities Elie Hirt. “Trips like these promote a sense of achdus […]
MTA Seniors have the unparalleled opportunity to meet with and learn from experts in their fields of interest, thanks to the unique Fellowship program that connects students with incredible role models, created by Math and Physics Instructor and Yeshiva University Executive Director of Science Management and Clinical Professor of Physics Dr. Ed Berliner. Each student […]
MTA Freshman Sam Verstandig, of Queens, NY, has been lobbying for anti-bullying legislation at the State Senate and Congress levels for the past two years and was recognized as one of the Jewish Week’s 36 Under 36 in 2017 for his efforts. Accompanied by his parents, Sam has made multiple trips to Albany, where he […]
MTA Senior Joseph Friedman of Highland Park, NJ has been selected as a winner of the National Merit Marsh & McLennan Companies Scholarship. Approximately 1.6 million students nationwide entered this year’s National Merit Scholarship Program and only 16,000 of those students were selected as Semifinalists. Those selected as Semifinalists had the opportunity to advance and […]
On Thursday, April 26th, Seniors who participated in the Names, Not Numbers program screened, “Names, Not Numbers: A Movie In The Making.” The film, by Adam Chinoy, followed the students as they interviewed Holocaust survivors and embarked on a life-changing trip to Poland. The students were involved in the entire process of documenting the survivors’ […]
For the second consecutive year, MTA Senior Aryeh Greenberg has won a scholarship to attend the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference, taking place on June 4 – 8 in San Jose, CA. WWDC offers 100 technical and design-focused sessions presented by Apple engineers, hands-on labs, one-on-one consultations with experts, guest speakers, and networking events. The WWDC […]
MTA participated in Yeshiva University’s Giving Day on April 25th and raised $355,680 in 24 hours for its Scholarship Campaign. “We are truly inspired by the generosity of the MTA community, because of which, we will be able to provide a strong Torah and academic education for students who otherwise would not have access to […]
MTA talmidim celebrated Yom Ha’atzmaut with an exciting array of activities. The celebrations for Israel’s 70th Birthday began with the entire yeshiva davening an uplifting Hallel together at Shacharis, followed by Rosh Yeshiva Rabbi Michael Taubes reinforcing the importance of the day with a meaningful d’var Torah, and a lively chagiga with singing, dancing, and […]
In preparation for Yom Hazikaron, MTA students had the opportunity to hear from IDF General Bentzi Gruber, Founder of Ethics In The Field, a non-profit organization that instills the values of community and social responsibility in the hearts of IDF soldiers throughout their military service, enabling them to maintain their moral compass while defending and […]
- MTA Celebrates Siyum In Memory Of Ari Fuld (‘91) And Hachnasas Sefer Torah
- Six MTA Seniors Recognized As National Merit Commended Students
- Talmidim Learn Mishnayos In Memory Of Ari Fuld (’91), HY”D
- Mishmar Madness Kicks Off Another Amazing Year Of Learning!
- Freshmen Have Fun At Their First Freshman Experience Event!