A special graduation for the unique and resilient Class of 2020. Amidst a difficult situation, the joy, love and ruach of our community shone through....Mazal Tov to our seniors!!!
We are excited to announce that Wendy Rosov '82 will be the Class of 2020 Commencement speaker.
Rachel Kosloff Scheinmann ‘88, has a deep connection to Akiba-Barrack. An alumnae of Akiba, Rachel is currently a beloved Barrack history teacher, and she now has four children enrolled at Barrack - Sarah ‘20, Rebecca ‘22, Benny ‘24 and Liora ‘26! We recently interviewed her for some insight into her experience as a teacher (and a parent) at the school where she was once a student.
The BEST Night of the Year! Life long friends start here.
The alumni who gathered ranged from the Class of 1978 to a member of the Class of 2019 who is studying in yeshiva on a gap year.
Empowering our students to "Turn it Around" through creative expression and a commitment to change.
Our very own alum, Chaim Bloom '00, is the new chief baseball officer of the Boston Red Sox.
"Everyone who vapes is causing long term damage to their lungs. This is history repeating itself, and we owe it to our children to tell them these difficult truths." Dr. Leah Lande '89
Matt Dorsch '05, Director of Learning Support, was honored as an A+ Educator by Main Line Parent in their Fall Education Issue.
We opened our doors this year to 76 legacy students from 46 legacy families which is 22% of the total student body.
Camp Pegasus founder Mike Fogel '89 talks about his Akiba experience and how it has shaped Camp Pegasus.
Graduating senior Ruth Davis '19 gave the D'var Torah.
Hana Wohlberg '19 gave the student commencement address in Hebrew.
Student Jonathan Cohen '19 gave the student commencement address.
Keynote speaker Michael Alan Stein '69 shared his wisdom with the class of 2019.
On June 6, 2019, the Barrack community watched as 49 young men and women officially joined the ranks of the 2900+ Akiba-Barrack alumni.
Rebecca Goldstone ’96 and Michael Stern ’96 were presenters at our bi-annual Science Conference: Environmental Science.
It was a spectacular evening discussing David Treatman’s ’16 journey from From Barrack to Broadway and viewing his Off-Broadway film “Puffs.”
Over Thanksgiving week The Akiba-Barrack Alumni Association hosted two very special reunions for our alumni kehillah.