News & Announcements

Class of 2020 Graduation

March 2020: The beginning of many “lasts” for our Class of 2020...
June 2020: A very special “first” -- a most incredible, ruach-filled, and memorable Yavneh Drive-In Graduation, and – for the first time since March -- The Class of 2020 gathered together, as we celebrated their momentous achievement. Future graduations will never be the same. Mazal tov to the Class of 2020. We will miss you!

Daglanut 2020

PLEASE CLICK ON ARTICLE NAME TO VIEW VIDEO. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2FnUUrjcnCk&feature=youtu.be This year’s theme is "Seeing the Good, עין טובה" and our Daglanut performance illustrates just that!!
Covid-19 was not going to stop our traditions. We adapted and saw the good. Dancing to Omer Adam’s latest song-יש דברים שלא עושים- Some things You Just Don’t Do, the 7th grade girls demonstrate that even with social distancing we are united and can see through rose colored glasses- אז קניתי משקפיים לראות יותר ורוד, I see that there is always a reason to be joyous and dance! -ראיתי בעיניים מה גורם לנו לרקוד.

RSVP for Virtual Open House 2020

Yavneh Academy cordially invites prospective parents to a dynamic Virtual Open House program on Wednesday evening, October 21, at 8:00 p.m.
Join us to learn about our stimulating Judaic and general studies programs, and warm and inspiring environment.

Mishenichnas Adar Marbin B'Simcha

Adar at Yavneh began with a beautiful musical Hallel. The many silly hats throughout the building helped to contribute to the simcha of the new month. The ruach was especially felt in the Lower School gym where our younger students showed an incredible amount of ruach during our grade-wide chagigot with a special Silent DJ Chagigah for Middle School. We are so happy that our friends from Gan Yavneh came to join us for the dancing!

77th Annual Dinner

On Saturday evening, January 11, nearly 650 attendees gathered at the Marriott Glenpointe in Teaneck for Yavneh Academy’s 77th Annual Dinner.

Guests celebrated Yavneh and paid homage to Robyn and Shukie Grossman (Guests of Honor), Rachel and Issar Kieffer (Service Award Recipients), and Rabbi Dr. Aaron Ross & Naomi Mandlebaum (Faculty and Staff Awardees). Co-chairs for the 77th Annual Dinner were Yavneh parents Amy Buchsbayew and Tzippy Cohnen.
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Chanukah 2019:5780

We had an amazing Chanukah here at Yavneh. The spirit, energy, and ruach were truly spectacular as we celebrated each day with enthusiasm. A huge thank you to our faculty and staff for making it happen and giving our children an uplifting chag. (CLICK ARTICLE TITLE TO VIEW VIDEO AND PHOTOS!)
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