HAFTR High School 635 Central Ave, Cedarhurst, NY11516 HAFTR High School offers a dual curriculum in humanities and science and Judaic studies. The school provides students…More with the opportunity to participate in community service, cultural arts, athletics, student government and religious and political activism. Students also take park in academic competition and research. The school's principals are Naomi Lippman and Rabbi Gedaliah Oppen.
HAFTR ensures quality American Jewish yeshiva education for students from age two up through twelfth grade. With the…More Torah as the foundation of its philosophy, the school was founded when the Hebrew Institute of Long Island merged with the Hillel School. HAFTR incorporates academic excellence with an assortment of extra-curricular activities. This office is the location of HAFTR's administrative offices.
There are four schools under the HAFTR umbrella, including the Early Childhood Center, Lower School, Middle School and High School as well as Hillel Day Camp. Each school focuses on developing students academically, emotionally, intellectually, spiritually and socially. The classrooms provide a comfortable learning environment and students are challenged in both general and Judaic studies. Reuben Maron is the executive director of the schools.
Upcoming Events :
Tuesday, December 6th 1:30pm - HAFTR Early Childhood and Lower School Tour
Thursday, December 22nd 6:30pm - 8th grade Chanukah Celebration open to all 8th graders at HAFTR High School
Wednesday, December 28th 10:00am - HAFTR Early Childhood and Kindergarten Open House
Sundays will soon offer father/son davening (prayer) in the Newly Renovated High School BeitMidrash starting December 4th with breakfast for all boys in grades 7-12
NCSY 445 Central Ave Unit 360, Cedarhurst, NY11516 NCSY is an outreach program for Jewish high school students. The organization, which is affiliated with the Orthodox…More Union, reaches out to teens through Shabbos trips, clubs and daily learning programs, and tries to get them in touch with the religion. NCSY works with locals schools, such as Hewlett High School, Lawrence High School, HAFTR and HALB. The organization has had its main office on Willow Avenue for three years.