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HA student one of 50 finalists in international competition

HA student one of 50 finalists in international competition

For the second consecutive year, a Hebrew Academy Grade 6 student is one of 50 finalists of an international contest run by an Israeli museum. Natan Abicidan won for his beautiful, ornate project depicting "The Sinking of the Egoz Ship". Over several months,...

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A serious message, delivered with humour

A serious message, delivered with humour

High School Judaic Studies teacher Mrs. Chaya Elias treated Grade 11 Navi students to a special afternoon on Tuesday. The ladies welcomed dynamic Rabbi Gavriel Friedman, widely known as Rav Gav, who spoke on "The Tefillah Challenge." Rav Gav teaches at Aish HaTorah in...

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Celebrating Yom Ha’Atzmaut the HA way

Celebrating Yom Ha’Atzmaut the HA way

Our HA family welcomed Yom Ha’Atzmaut on Wednesday in typical HA-style: full of ruach, simcha, pride, gratitude and love for our beloved homeland. The day began with Hallel Chagigit and continued with Israel-themed activities including a scavenger hunt, Spin-the-Wheel...

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Yom Hazikaron: “Our day to remember”

Yom Hazikaron: “Our day to remember”

High School students and faculty honoured Israel’s fallen chayalim and victims of terror in an emotional assembly on Tuesday. Following a nod to HA alumni serving in the IDF and a prayer for chayalei Tzahal by School Rabbi Rabbi Eddie Shostak, Head of School Dr. Laura...

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D’var Torah

Parashat Shelach – Be a leader, not a follower

Parashat Shelach – Be a leader, not a follower

I would like to dedicate this Dvar Torah to all our graduates of the Senior Class of 2020. As you make your way into the world beyond the four walls of Hebrew Academy, may you all make good choices and reap the rewards they entail. If you grew up in the same era as I...

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Parashat Behaalotecha – The menorah: symbol of our neshama

Parashat Behaalotecha – The menorah: symbol of our neshama

Our school year is rapidly coming to a close, finishing off in a way that none of us could ever have imagined back in August. But just as most of us are winding down and getting ready to breathe a sigh of relief, log off Zoom and possibly set up that backyard pool...

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Parashat Naso – We were never meant to be the same

Parashat Naso – We were never meant to be the same

Classical music has always fascinated me. During my ten or so years of piano lessons, it never ceased to amaze me how composers could take eighty eight keys and bring forth music. Not so simple. I know, I have tried. Each key, each note makes a nice enough sound on...

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Parashat Bamidbar – Rain’s formidable power

Parashat Bamidbar – Rain’s formidable power

Years ago, on Shavuot, our family was hosting some friends for the lunchtime meal. While awaiting the requisite cheesecake, the kids perched themselves on the sofa to watch the spectacular display: the rain was coming down in sheets, water was coursing down the street...

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