American Hebrew Academy

Against The Odds, AHA Nearing 15th Year

The American Hebrew Academy recently announced the establishment of a $150,000 scholarship program.

09/01/2015
Staff Writer

The American Hebrew Academy, a Jewish non-denominational college preparatory boarding school located on a 100-acre site in Greensboro, N.C., will mark its 15th anniversary next year. The school recently announced the establishment of a $100,000 scholarship grant to “help … student applicants who otherwise would not be able to attend” the institution. Students from 28 states and 31 countries have attended AHA since 2001 (current enrollment is 137). We interviewed the school’s executive director, Glenn Drew, by email. This is an edited transcript.

American Hebrew Academy’s Glenn Drew: “Building name recognition” is big challenge.

N.C. Boarding School Cafeteria Gets Ethical-Kosher Seal

01/15/2014

A Jewish high school cafeteria in North Carolina became the first pre-collegiate institution to obtain an Orthodox social justice organization’s seal certifying its adherence to fair-labor practices.

A Visit To North Carolina's ‘Jewish Exeter’

The American Hebrew Academy is impressive, yet has trouble attracting students.
12/04/2012
Editor And Publisher

The boldest experiment in American Jewish high school education and leadership, unknown to most of us, is taking place on a beautiful 100-acre campus in Greensboro, N.C., that has to be seen to be believed.

Gary Rosenblatt
Syndicate content