American Hebrew Academy senior Jaime Barcessat to play NCAA Division 1 soccer at High Point University
The American Hebrew Academy is proud to announce that senior Jaime Barcessat has committed to play Division 1 soccer at High Point University, the second NCAA Division 1 men's soccer player in the Academy's history.
The American Hebrew Academy is proud to host the Black Ink Monks, a student-initiated writers and spoken-word group from Charlotte NC's Johnson C. Smith University (JCSU), for a collaborative weekend teaching Academy students how to use poetry and the arts to encourage self-expression, and for the high schoolers to share their Jewish cultural and religious traditions with their guests.
American Hebrew Academy senior Elana Loftspring recently launched an online craft shop selling duct-tape wallets.
Students participate in Shabbat meals and celebrations in their dormitory residences, and different dorms host Shabbat each week and determine the theme for the community's Friday night dinner.
"Meeting the Health and Fitness Needs of Day School Students," by Dean of Athletics Phil Papier, appeared in the Winter 2014 edition of HaYidion.
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The American Hebrew Academy has boosted new student enrollment for the 2015-16 school year by 61 percent, and set a school record by welcoming the largest class of entering students in Academy history.
The American Hebrew Academy is proud to announce a new academic program with focused concentration in Jewish Studies that will culminate in the awarding of a diploma with distinction in Jewish Studies.
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