Public Trial at OTS Oriya

When was the last time you heard a debate so passionate and relevant and yet simultaneously so deep and cultured? On Rosh Chodesh Adar 1, such a debate took place at OTS Ulpanat Oriya. The discussion represented the meeting point of two educational conversations taking place at the school this year; the first focusing on the …

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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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Second Place to Oriya’s “Chick Flick”

The movie “Seret Banot” (“Chick Flick”), produced by students in the Ann Belsky Moranis Film track at OTS Oriya High School, won second place in the final competition today, held at the Conference of State-Religious School Film Departments.  The movie deals with a common issue affecting teen girls: modesty, and enables for an open view and insightful …

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Creative Interpretations of Megillat Ruth

Ninth grade students in the Ann Belsky Moranis Art Program‘s graphic arts track at Oriya High School for Girls examined the texts and meanings of Megillat Ruth, then shared their personal interpretations of the verses through their creative prints. Their works were displayed in the Gush Etzion Regional Council building during the weeks preceding and following Shavuot.

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