NSHA Blogs

What’s on your Bookshelf – Featuring the Aharon Family

We’re Learning Jewish History – “in a Flash!”

We’ve embarked on a journey covering over 5000 years of Jewish history in three days.

Beyond our Four Walls –

I felt at once really proud of us for giving our energy and time, and guilty for feeling proud; and guilty again for being able to fly home to my own home that was undamaged.

Firsthand Learning about Primary Source Documents

Learning about primary source documents and historical archives is an essential component of our Names, Not Numbers filmmaking.

Next Generation Gardening and Learning at NSHA

Our Tower Gardens are already overflowing with bountiful produce!

Remember Where You Came From

As has become custom, this week’s message are the thoughts I shared with our graduates this past Tuesday evening.

Names, Not Numbers Premiers at NSHA

When our 28 students who participated in Names, Not Numbers began their journey, they could hardly have known the profound impact they would have on the approximately 200 NSHA community members, the survivors and their families who came to view their film tonight.

 

The Dead Sea Scrolls Come Alive at NSHA

 

Our students engaged in a unique seminar with world renowned Dead Sea Scrolls scholar, Dr. Lawrence Schiffman

A Haggadah Like No Other

Under the guidance of their Gemara teachers, our 7th Grade students created their own Haggadah filled with student and faculty divrei Torah.

Congrats Championship Teams!

Check out our video montages for our NSHA sports Champs!

Artists in Residence! NSHA & the Hecksher Art Museum Program

A unique program that perfectly reinforces the focus we place on art, imagination, self expression and creativity, the Hecksher Museum in class and museum sessions are a highlight of the Kindergarten year.

Digging into our Research Skills

Our 3rd-5th graders are honing their research and presentation skills all with a little help from Google.

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