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Mastering our Schedule

We are now in the midst of creating student schedules for next school year. You might think scheduling is easy. I prefer to call it challenging. We need to provide 220 students with a unique schedule with one class plugged into each of the seven periods. It would be an easier task if every junior […]

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Exam Week: It’s big, but not that big!

¬†When I was in junior in college, I bumbled my way through a statistics course. It was torture for me. Of all the classes I took in college, this course caused me the most anxiety. I worked so hard and never really understood what I was doing. After weeks of studying, the day of the […]

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The Great Debate Team

If there is one thing FJA students do well, it’s argue. Prove it. Just kidding! But to put that thought to the test, the school added a Debate Team to its list of extracurricular activities. Under the guidance of Social Studies teacher Paul Thebert, the FJA Debate Team is gaining valuable experience with each meet. […]

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New Scholarship Honors Rabbi Grossman’s Legacy and Helps Secure Graduates’ Future

How can a school honor the legacy of a leader who championed personal growth, academic ambition, and authentic curiosity? The Rabbi Grossman Scholarship is Frankel Jewish Academy’s way of ensuring the educational values Rabbi Grossman held dear continue to benefit our students. Rabbi Grossman, who joined Frankel Jewish Academy in its second year of existence, […]

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