Baltimore Fishbowl featured this story on how BT’s faculty fosters life-long learning and celebrates and supports students in reaching their goals as individuals and as members of the community. Read here
Baltimore's Child magazine recently featured PreSchool Director Mrs. Laurie Okin, M.Ed., citing that, “she has worked diligently to connect with everyone she meets, and has laid the foundation for building meaningful relationships within the PreSchool community.” As she continues to foster the nurturing and supportive environment for which the Beth Tfiloh PreSchool is known, she is meeting every child and his or her family where they are at and planting seeds for an incredible school year. Read here
Jewish History Teacher Mr. Phil Jacobs was featured in the Baltimore Jewish Times, the publication where he formerly served as editor in chief. Read about Mr. Jacobs’ prolific career as an editor and educator and the impact he has had on countless students. Read here
Mr. John Steven's 7th grade government students held a mock trial event at the Towson courthouse this spring. The students prepared their opening statements, depositions, evidence, and closing arguments for months, finally having their real day in court.
Here at Beth Tfiloh, we take pride in our teachers and supporting staff. We are always grateful for those who dedicate their lives to education and helping our students become the next generation of leaders and thinkers. They are the backbone of our entire school, and we want you to get to know them.
The twelfth grade honors creative writing class marked the end of the first semester by presenting selections of their writing assignments to the senior class. During the semester, the students responded to specific writing prompts centered on the themes of family, time, personal objects, and coming of age. For each assignment, students could write a poem, short story, or memoir.
by Rabbi Mordechai Soskil, Director of Judaic Studies
Rabbi Soskil explores what he considers to be one of the greatest mysteries in the Torah: why does the Torah interrupt the stories about Korach’s insurrection against Moshe, Miriam and Aharon’s deaths, and the first battles to conquer the land of Israel, to tell us about the parah adumah ceremony?
Anna A. ’21 and Ryan J. ‘21, both graduating seniors at Beth Tfiloh Dahan Community School, have been named two of more than 4,500 candidates in the 2021 U.S. Presidential Scholars Program. The candidates were selected from nearly 3.6 million students expected to graduate from U.S. high schools in the year 2021.
The Winter Evening of the Arts is a chance to showcase all of what students have been working on during Arts classes. Please check out the 2020 version of the MS Winter Evening of the Arts — all online!
Our seventh grade classes conducted their mock trials online this year. Thank you to Erela I. '22, Shira K. '22, and Maya T. '22 who helped make this possible, and special thanks to Shira who wrote the trial.
Our High School student newspaper's staff writers bring you hard-hitting, in-depth reporting on today's most pressing issues, including, "Top Ten Reasons Why My Dog is a VSCO Boy," "My Obese Cat's Journey Through Weight Loss" and "Top 10 Corona Masks" in the 2020 satire edition of Kol BT.
How do you run a marathon in a world where “outside” refers to any space in the house beyond one’s bedroom? The Baltimore Jewish Times covered how Beth Tfiloh and other community organizations adapted to this limited world in order to continue fundraisers, and that includes figuring out how to organize a run during a pandemic. Read here
Congratulations to the following Beth Tfiloh High School students and faculty members whose achievements, character and community involvement were celebrated at the 2020 High School and Unsung Hero awards ceremonies!