Colors: Blue Color

The Stella K. Abraham High School for Girls is proud to announce Ariella Borah as Valedictorian, Breindy Berger and Priva Halpert as Salutatorians, and Frieda Vegh as Keter Shem Tov awardee.

Valedictorian: Ariella Borah

Editor of Looking Glass; Editor-in-Chief of Matrix and Holocaust Journal: National Merit Commended Scholar; AP Scholar; SHIELD awardee; SKA Middot awardee; Head of Israel Action Committee; Finalist at the NY Youth Summit; First Place Winner in Science Olympiad; Bronka Weintraub Bekiut Competion; Co-Captain of Mock Trial Team; SKA Chessed Committee Head; Honor Society; Medical Marvels; MAGIC Mentoring

*Will be attending MMY and Stern College for Women Honors Program

Salutatorian: Breindy Berger

Editor-in-Chief Skappenings; Yearbook Associate Editor; Winner, YU Talmud Bekiut Amud; Chidon Tanakh; Jerusalem Science Contest; Honor Society; Debate Team; Math Team; Science Olympiad; Member of RISE; Debate Team; Magic Mentoring; Medical Marvels; Model Congress; Israel Awareness Committee; Production; Holocaust Journal; College Bowl

*Will be attending MMY and Macaulay Honors College

Salutatorian: Priva Halpert

Published in the American Chemistry Society Omega Journal for her research; Scholar in the 2021 Regeneron Science Talent Search; 1st Place NY Youth Summit; 3rd Place at the Junior Science and Humanities Symposium; Captain of Mock Trial; Yearbook Layout Editor; Keter Torah Awardee; Head of Israel Awareness Committee; Honor Society; Volunteers at Chai Lifeline Camp Simcha/Camp Simcha Special, I-Shine and Ohel Beis Ezra

*Will be attending Michlalah and Queens College Scholars Program

Keter Shem Tov: Frieda Vegh

Voted by her peers for her kindness and midos. SKA Ambassador; Production-Dance; Track Team; Volunteers at I-Shine, Kulanu, the Leon Mayer Fund, and Lev Connections

*Will be attending Tiferet and Lander College for Women


Met Council celebrated the grand opening of the Chesed Center, a brand-new social service hub to address the needs of the frum community of Boro Park during these unprecedented times. Social services and direct food assistance will be provided by Met Council to support the community and help families struggling in the wake of the pandemic and the economic downturn.

According to the Baal Shem Tov, Hashem leads the world like a compassionate mother who is trying to teach her small, tender child how to walk. She first stands him up on his feet, makes sure he’s steady, then distances herself from him a little so he can get used to walking on his own. And as he gets closer to her with small, stuttered steps, she once again pulls away, ever so slightly, encouraging him to walk a bit further.

Former White House Middle East Envoy Jason Greenblatt to Deliver Keynote Address

As university commencement seasons begin around the country, Yeshiva University recently announced to its students that the school’s 90th Annual Commencement will take place in person at Arthur Ashe Stadium in Flushing Meadows-Corona Park in Queens, New York, on Wednesday, May 26 at 1 PM EDT. The event, which will be the first commencement and major event to be held at Arthur Ashe Stadium at the USTA Billie Jean King Tennis Center since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, will provide students of the undergraduate class of 2021 with an opportunity to celebrate together with their family and friends in person.  The ceremony will also be broadcast via livestream allowing for opportunities for those joining remotely to participate in the live programming.