We had separate 10K runs this Sunday. The Girls started first early in the morning. Many staff members participated. There was choice between 5K and 10K. Everyone had a great time.
It was perfect weather for our Runbelievable 10K run. Many of the rebbeim participated (although some chose the 5K option).
The Boys Division seniors are on their senior trip to San Diego.
The boys came with their fathers, grandfathers and brothers to enjoy breakfast and learning together.
Our students excel in so many subjects and areas. We aren’t just a basketball school. A group of seniors made a siyum on Mesechta Megillah at the VTHS Annual Dinner. Another group showed us their amazing musical talent.
The Girls Division Seniors had a busy last day in NY. They started off with a bagel breakfast and a special visit to Queens with Rebbitzen Danielle Leibowitz. They took the subway to Rockefeller Center for ice skating (the ultimate NY Winter tourist activity), where Mrs. Gluck joined along.
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The Girls Division Seniors are enjoying their trip to New York with Rabbi Stulberger and Mrs. Klein.
The Boys Division celebrated Erev Shabbos with a musical kumsitz and some delectable chulent.
The 11th grade boys went on a jam-packed, fun-filled overnight to Palm Springs. The fun included: ATVs, swimming, soccer, go-carts and much more fun with great friends.
Rabbi Striks took his ninth grade Gemara shiur for a hike in Malibu Creek. They stopped for snacks at the MASH site.
These are the members of the High Honor Roll (4.0 and above) for the first semester of the 2021-2022 school year.
We are proud of the mock trial team for their outstanding performance this year. Only a few points away from advancing in the state tournament, the team won both verdicts and received shinning praise from both the attorney scorers and the sitting judges both cases!
Congratulation to David Kerendian (VTHS Class of ’22) on his acceptance to UPenn! David will be studying Philosophy, Politics and Economics at their College of Arts and Sciences.
David was one of only 130 students in the State of California accepted to UPenn in early admissions.
The excitement level has been has been even higher than usual at the Boys Division the last few days. Our School-wide volleyball tournament culminated with a win for the 11th grade!
The Boys celebrated Chanukah with a Mexican dinner, dancing and the world-famous chidon game-show hosted by Rabbi Biron.