Youth


What Does Being Jewish Mean to Me?

By Jacob Keller

Up until last summer I saw “Jew” as a meaningless label. Thanks to Y2I, my view on Judaism took a 180° turn.Read More


#lovewins

By Katherine Veytsman

Kat Veytsman is a Junior at Marblehead High School. The recent Orlando killings have inspired her to write a poem encouraging people to love each other.Read More


Evening of Accomplishment at CHA

Cohen Hillel Academy’s annual meeting, with the theme of L’CHAdesh (To Renew) on June 8 was a special evening of recognition and tribute.Read More


Honoring Robert Salter and Jerry Somers at CHA

“To Renew” is the theme of CHA’s upcoming annual meeting, representing a special evening of recognition and tribute.Read More


One Year In, Cohen Hillel Academy Strikes Gold

By Todd Feinburg

After years of seeing the student body shrink and the relevance of Jewish Day School as a concept questioned, a “renewal” is underway at CHA.Read More


Bronfman Youth Fellowships in Israel Chosen

Outstanding high school students from diverse Jewish backgrounds have been selected for an immersive Israel study program and lifelong fellowship.Read More


Social Justice Programming at Cohen Hillel Academy

By Karen Madorsky

Through our social justice program, students were involved in a variety of projects that taught them that they can make a difference.Read More


Rube Goldberg’s Passover at Cohen Hillel

By Lea Winkler

The team of ambitious students met twice a week to construct a Rube Goldberg Machine that would show the Passover story in a series of steps leading to the revelation of a Seder plate.Read More


North Shore Teen Initiative Beautifies The Bridge House

By Elana Zabar

Seeing 100 volunteers spending the first Sunday of vacation lending a hand when they could have been relaxing or traveling was powerful and created a sense of community and unity.Read More


Study Abroad: Relationships for a Lifetime

By Emily Burke

In January, I arrived in Israel to begin my semester on NFTY-EIE High School, a four-month study abroad program through the Union for Reform Judaism.Read More


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