TABC sweeps College Bowl competitions at The Jewish Education Project
The TABC varsity team won The Jewish Education Project's annual College Bowl championship.
The Torah Academy of Bergen County varsity team won The Jewish Education Project’s annual College Bowl championship. The TABC team defeated The Frisch School for the varsity crown.
The TABC junior varsity team defeated Rambam Mesivta to complete a sweep of the college bowl titles. Over the past season, students from modern orthodox day schools in New York and New Jersey have competed against each other in a series of academic competitions. Students have tested their knowledge in fields such as geography, history, science, math, and technology.
right: The TABC JV team won the JV championship at The Jewish Education Project's College Bowl.
The following schools participated in the varsity and junior varsity College Bowl competitions at The Jewish Education Project:
- Torah Academy of Bergen County
- The Frisch School
- Hebrew Academy of the Five Towns and Rockaway
- DRS-Hebrew Academy of Long Beach
- Rambam Mesivta
- Yeshivah of Flatbush
- SAR High School
The Jewish Education Project inspires and empowers educators to create transformative Jewish experiences, helping children, teens, and families thrive in today’s highly complex and challenging world. To help fulfill this mission, The Jewish Education Projects sponsors extracurricular academic competitions for Shabbat observant day schools throughout the year. Hundreds of students from greater New York get to experience new academic opportunities through these programs. In March, 13 schools participated in The Jewish Education Project’s Science Olympiad competition in Queens.
To learn more about College Bowl and Science Olympiad contact Na’ama Rosenberg (nrosenberg@JewishEdProject.org), Director of Government Funded Programs and Judy Oppenheim (joppenheim@JewishEdProject.org), Associate Director of Day Schools and Yeshivot.