The class of 2016 is one of outstanding achievements, achdut and middot, and we couldn’t be prouder.

Beginning at freshman year orientation, we strive to prepare our students for their future–academically, as Jews and as individuals. Much of our effort is focused on building a sense of community within the class.

Freshman orientation 2012

Freshman orientation 2012

This year, as we saw our class of 2016 take their places as seniors, there was no doubt that we achieved that goal. The class of 2016 supported one another through challenges and feats and led the rest of our student body to become the first students in our new school.

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Minna Strick (’68) graduated in the first class to graduate at the Pratt building and joined her grandson, Aryeh Weisman, who graduated from our new Skokie building.

Mazal tov, Class of 5776, as you move forward in your future and take your place as Academy alumni.

Some of our seniors pictured in their college gear

Some of our seniors pictured in their college gear.

Watch a tribute to our class of 2016, with excerpts of graduation

Watch the full graduation video here.

Watch the senior montage by Rena Auerbach here.

The class of 2016 members are headed to Israel and college.

WOMEN’S PROGRAMS IN ISRAEL:

Hevruta Gap Year • Michlelet Mevaseret Yerushalayim • Migdal Oz  •  Midreshet Amit • Midreshet Harova • Midreshet Lindenbaum • Midreshet Moriah • Midreshet Torat • Chesed • Nishmat • Sha’alvim for Women • Sharfman’s/Bnot Torah • Tiferet

MEN’S PROGRAMS IN ISRAEL:

Netiv Aryeh • Mevaseret Tzion • Hakotel • Mechinat Keshet Yehuda • Aish Gesher • Orayta • Har Etzion (Gush) • Bar Ilan Israel Experience • Lev Hatorah • Ashreinu • Torat Shraga

UNIVERSITIES:

Art Institute
Baruch College (CUNY)
Binghamton University – State University of New York (SUNY)
Boston University
Brown University
College of Lake County
Columbia College-Chicago
New York University
Oakton Community College
Parsons School of Design – The New School
Rutgers University
Stern College
Teachers’ Institute
Touro College
University of Illinois, Champaign
University of Illinois, Chicago
University of Maryland
University of Michigan
University of Pennsylvania
Yale University
Yeshiva University

 

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