The Hebrew Academy (RASG) High School students recently placed first nationally in the National Conference of Synagogue Youth’s Jewish Unity Mentoring Program. Pictured, from left to right, are Victoria Kalmanowitz of NCSY, Elisheva Adouth, Eden Grosz, Hadassah Bixon, Aliza Posner, Malka Suster, Ariella Wolfson, Jonathan Malove, NCSY Southern Director Todd Cohn, and Ofir Abramov.
The Hebrew Academy (RASG) High School students recently placed first nationally in the National Conference of Synagogue Youth’s Jewish Unity Mentoring Program. Pictured, from left to right, are Victoria Kalmanowitz of NCSY, Elisheva Adouth, Eden Grosz, Hadassah Bixon, Aliza Posner, Malka Suster, Ariella Wolfson, Jonathan Malove, NCSY Southern Director Todd Cohn, and Ofir Abramov. Photo provided to the Miami Herald
The Hebrew Academy (RASG) High School students recently placed first nationally in the National Conference of Synagogue Youth’s Jewish Unity Mentoring Program. Pictured, from left to right, are Victoria Kalmanowitz of NCSY, Elisheva Adouth, Eden Grosz, Hadassah Bixon, Aliza Posner, Malka Suster, Ariella Wolfson, Jonathan Malove, NCSY Southern Director Todd Cohn, and Ofir Abramov. Photo provided to the Miami Herald

Hebrew Academy students win first in nation for mentoring program

April 18, 2017 03:10 PM

UPDATED April 18, 2017 03:12 PM

More Videos

  • Marc Buoniconti signs copies of his book at Columbus High School

    Marc Buoniconti, who was paralyzed from the shoulders down in a football accident 32 years ago, spoke and signed copies on his new book at his alma mater, Christopher Columbus High.​