MTA Seniors and their rebbeim headed off for an adventure-filled three-day trip to mark the end of their high school journey together. From Tuesday, May 28, through Thursday, May 30, the fun never stopped!
From NJ Coastal Sports, Dorney Park, whitewater rafting, paintball, and mountain biking to lively minyanim, kumsitzes, divrei Torah, shiurim, and chavrusos, everyone had an incredible time. Seniors truly enjoyed this final opportunity to solidify the friendships they built with one another over the past four years, as well as the strong relationships they developed with their rebbeim.
“At this point in high school, when there is no formal attendance, no tests, and limited possible consequences, is when we really find out what lessons our talmidim have internalized and how they have grown as b’nei Torah,” said Head of School Rabbi Joshua Kahn. “As I joined the talmidim on their Senior trip, it was inspiring to listen to them reflecting with their rebbeim, discussing their individual growth and aspirations. Their passion and realness is a powerful testament to this amazing group of Seniors, as well as the special rebbeim they have learned from all year.
“It was easy to feel the deep connection this grade has developed together with each other, with HaKadosh Baruch Hu, and with our yeshivah.”