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Enter Kosloff Torah Academy Girls’ High School, and embark on a voyage of self-discovery. The dedicated and talented faculty guides students in identifying their strengths and interests.

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AUG 26
Back to School! 
First Day of Classes
SEP 6-8
Rosh Hashana

Lag Ba Omer Program

Excitement about our traditional Lag Ba’Omer celebration gave way to horror and sorrow with the tragic news from Meron. After reciting tehillim together, all grades gathered in the auditorium to hear a shiur from Mrs. Biberfeld, who spoke about the legacy of Rabbi Shimon bar Yochai and the spiritual power of Lag Ba’Omer. With her heartfelt words, Mrs. Biberfeld reminded us that tragedy should inspire us to self-reflect and commit to growth in our connection with Hashem and in our unconditional love for each other.  We then continued to the park where we played our usual color war games, albeit without our usual festive Lag Baomer music as a סימן אבלות for those who perished in Meron. 

Pre-Shavuos Inspiration

In anticipation of Shavuos, KTA students were privileged to hear from Dr. Yehudit Abrams, a physician, mechanical engineer, inventor and entrepreneur who is also a convert to Judaism.  
Dr. Abrams’ pathbreaking scientific work was recognized when she won first prize in the We Works Creator Awards for her invention of a hand-held device that can be easily used at home for early diagnosis in women who are at high risk for breast cancer. Dr. Abrams, who has been featured in Mishpacha Magazine and on, shared the fascinating and inspiring story of her journey to Judaism.

Virtual Debate

Undeterred by travel restrictions, the KTA Debate team, under the tutelage of Rabbi Ephraim Goldfein, competed virtually on April 15 in a major tournament involving ten Jewish schools in the tri-state area. The proposition related to the complex question of whether the minimum wage should be raised to $15.  
Each of the four KTA teams won debate rounds. In an impressive showing,  two students ranked first among the 20 Affirmative teams in the competition, and one earned distinction as the first place speaker among eighty debaters!