Each person brings their own special background, strengths and attributes, but more than anything else, they share a passion for children and a belief in their unlimited potential.
The Lower School is off to a great start with a new language arts curriculum, Scott Foresman’s Reading Street.
Here's what new and exciting for this year.
The class of 1996 gathered for their 20th year reunion- not only physically, but also virtually.
Several hundred campers are calling Berman home this summer, which keeps our hallways full of activity and brings much needed external revenue.
Aliza Mintz, '17, is one of those artistic people who make those who are less creative wonder how in the world she came up with her ideas.
Twenty rising 8th-10th graders spent the week of July 18th studying Torah "li-shma"- just for the sake of Torah!
Mazel tov to the Boys Varsity Volleyball team (14-0) for winning the 2016 ISBVL championship.
We are very excited to announce the hiring of Mrs. Beth Schoen as our new Director of Educational Support in our Middle and Upper Schools.
Congratulations to the Class of 2016 for their terrific acceptances to colleges, yeshivot and seminaries!
We are excited to announce the hiring of Ms. Dana Ponsky as our new Director of College Counseling.
Mazel tov to our Middle School students for advancing to the State competition in MATHCOUNTS!
Mazel tov to our Model UN team on being named the 1st Runner-up for Best Delegation Award in the 2016 Yeshiva University National Model United Nations conference in Stamford, Connecticut.
Mazel tov to Leor Fishman (’16) and Daniel Schopf (‘16) on qualifying as 2016 National Merit Program Finalists!
Mazel tov to the boys JV basketball team on winning the PVAC championship last night!
Every senior spends the early winter eagerly awaiting news from Israeli yeshivot and seminaries and American colleges and universities.
Mazel tov to the winners of this year's Purim card contest.
The parent organization of the Berman Torah Mitzion Kollel has been honored with an exciting award
Mazel tov to the terrific senior girls of the class of 2016 on their acceptances to some of the best and most selective Israel programs available:
Berman students are once again participating in Yeshiva University’s Bronka Weinbtraub High School Bekiut program this year. Students learn either a daf a week or an amud a week from Masechet Makkot from high schools throughout the country.
Mazel tov to class of 2016 students Amitai Diament, Asher Fink, Natan Kelsey, Nadiv Panitch, and Reena Wasserstein on being named Commended Students in the 2016 National Merit Scholarship Program.
Congratulations to Leor Fishman and Daniel Schopf on qualifying as National Merit Program Semifinalists, an honor awarded to less than 1% of the state's high school seniors.
Romance, intrigue, mistaken identities and defining true priorities were some of the themes of this fall's HADAS production, The Matchmaker. The students looked great and acted beautifully.
Berman is one of the leading green power schools in the United States. Ranked #24 for green power use in K-12 schools across the nation, 84% of all Berman energy comes from wind and solar, approximately 1,200,000 KwH per year!
We are delighted to welcome several new teachers to the Berman Hebrew Academy Family. Learn more about them.
Congratulations to Rabbi Avi Levitt, Principal of the Rabbi Moshe H. Levinson Upper School, who has been selected as a University of Chicago Outstanding Educator Award winner.
At Berman we appreciate the many hours of service our volunteers dedicate to the school. In recognition of some of our outstanding volunteers, we presented the Maxine Kronish Snyder Volunteerism Awards at our 2015 Annual Meeting.
Go Navy, White & Orange! Our new school colors and logo reflect our enthusiasm at being the Modern Orthodox Day School of the Nation's Capital. Our new logo represents the strongly Jewish identity of our modern Orthodox school.
Many of our faculty took advantage of the summer block of time to continue learning, growing their professional capacity to better service our students.