Rabbi & Mrs. Stulberger and Mrs. Gross, hosted the Girls Alumni Shabbaton in Israel.
Valley Torah HS Girls Division is proud to present, The Adopted Princess, a riveting story about finding your roots. This school production, premiering on February 9, will highlight our students many talents – both on and off the stage.
The Adopted Princess, a rendition of Marcus Lehman’s book, has something for everyone! A beautiful story, filled with excitement, laughter, emotions and song is sure to appeal to all who attend.
A lot of work goes into putting a phenomenal production on for our audience and we hope you will join us! Visit www.vths2020.eventbrite.com for tickets and more information. (Sponsorships are available, along with playbill ad placements.)
For women and girls 6+ only.
For any questions, please email email@example.com or call (818) 755-1697.
Awesome energy at the Girls Division!
It was a great school year with much to look forward to next year.
To commemorate Yom HaShoah, Mrs. Amelie Levin – a holocaust survivor – shared her story with the Girls Division.
The energy was high, and the achdus even higher as the school was busy with color war.
More than the competition that was going on – sports, races, cake wars, etc – you could feel the achdus in the school with each grade working hard together to help their succeed and cheering on the other teams. The competition was intense and each team’s performance and presentations were incredible – song, dance, banner, divrei torah – the girls took color war to a whole new level. Congratulations to Team Blue, Sophomores, for winning color war by ONE point!
Rabbi Stulberger was in Baltimore for an alumni Shabbaton. Here are some pictures from the Melave Malka. Thank you Mrs. Jackie Ariel for arranging this wonderful weekend.