Ann Belsky Moranis

Take Two: Oriya film track snags first place… twice!

Oriya film track

For the first time this year, the “Chemed” (State-Religious Educational tracks) held two film competitions: a Jewish-Social screenwriting competition, and the “Zusha” contest for films inspired by Hasidic stories. In an unprecedented fashion, the Ann Belsky Moranis Film Track at OTS’s Oriya High School for girls took first place in both contests! “The Suitcase” won …

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Final Projects from Oriya’s Ann Belsky Moranis Arts tracks

Ayelet preparing her final project

The Ann Belsky Moranis Arts Program integrates encounters between Judaism and the world of creativity in all of the OTS schools and programs. As part of the requirement for their matriculation, students in the Ann Belsky Moranis theater, visual arts, film, graphic design and dance tracks presented their final works over the course of March, …

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Arutz 7: Ulpana students produce Kaniuk play

Arutz 7 Ulpana students produce Kaniuk play

Ulpana students produce Kaniuk play Eleventh Graders from Ohr Torah Stone’s Ulpanat Oriya were awarded the Yad Vashem prize for their production of “Adam Resurrected,” based on the novel by Yoram Kaniuk. Arutz 7 – Published: 24.06.18  Three 11th grade students from Ohr Torah Stone’s Oriya High School for Girls were awarded the Yad Vashem Prize …

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“Peak Day” for Ann Belsky Moranis program

The Ann Belsky Moranis Program at the Oriya girls’ high school held its annual “Peak Day” for all the arts tracks, a day designed to enrich the students by providing them with professional tools which cannot be attained within the regular educational framework, to introduce them to inspirational artists in their field and to create …

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Jerusalem’s Many Faces

Jerusalem’s Many Faces In honor of Jerusalem Day, the Israel Museum invited art students from 20 Israeli high schools to participate in an outdoor sculpture exhibition. “The exhibit included students from the religious and secular Jewish, Arab and Druze educational streams,” reports Yonat Lemberger (third from left), principal of OTS’s Oriya High School for Girls, …

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Oriya Girls Awarded Yad Vashem Prize

Oriya Girls Awarded Yad Vashem Prize  A prize in the category of Outstanding Final Matriculation Project on the Subject of the Holocaust was awarded to the theater track at “Ohr Torah Oriya” high school for girls at an awards ceremony at Yad Vashem. The students produced a show “The Children’s Train,” based on the play …

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News from the Ann Belsky Moranis Program

We are delighted to share some of the recent accomplishments of the various Ann Belsky Moranis Arts tracks in the Ohr Torah Stone schools. A Means of Expression At a recent gallery exhibition of art projects from all the art programs in the national religious high schools which took place in the Wohl auditorium of …

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Rachel is Weeping Over Her Sons

Students from the ETROG advanced Beit Midrash study program at  Neveh Channah High School for Girls in Gush Etzion created two beautiful mosaics in memory of the three murdered teens Gilad Shaar, Eyal Yifrach and Naftali Frankl. One sign, which says “Rachel is weeping over her sons” (Jeremiah 31:15), was placed at the site from where the …

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