North Shore Hebrew Academy

North Shore Hebrew Academy
North Shore Hebrew Academy
400 North Service Road
16 Cherry Lane, 26 Old Millroad
Great Neck, New York, United States of America,  United States
Type Private
Religious affiliation(s) Jewish
Established 1954
School district Great Neck
Grades Pre-K-12
Color(s) Red and white
Mascot Brandon Lion
Team name Lions
Accreditation(s) Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools [1]

North Shore Hebrew Academy (NSHA & NSHAHS) is a modern Orthodox yeshiva located in Great Neck, New York. The Academy is made up of four divisions: Pre-K, Elementary (Grades K-5), Middle School (Grades 6-8) and High School (Grades 9-12).

North Shore Hebrew Academy grades Pre-K through 5th grade is located at 16 Cherry Lane in Great Neck, NY. It has a total student population of about 400 students.

North Shore Hebrew Academy Middle School (Grades 6-8) is located at 26 Old Mill Road in Great Neck, NY 11024, sharing a campus with the Great Neck Synagogue. It has a total student population of approximately 250 Students.

North Shore Hebrew Academy High School (Grades 9-12) is located at 400 North Service Road, Great Neck, NY 11020. The total student population is approximately 400 students. The High School was founded in 2001; a new 187,000 sq ft (17,400 m2) state-of-the-art facility was opened in 2006. The school has been accredited by the Middle States Association and then renewed. The school has over 75 teaching staff. The school has over 100 extra-curricular activities including an Aviation Club, Film Club, school plays and Community Service Program as well as inter-school competition programs such as Mock Trial, Model UN, and a Debate Club.



Student achievements have included the National AP Scholar Award as part of the Advanced Placement Awards, Long Island Science and Engineering Fair, Regional Chidon Tanach Competition, a Gold Key and a National Gold Key in The Scholastic Art & Writing Awards, finalists and semifinalists in the Intel Science Talent Search, First Place in the Newsday Stock Market Game, finalists in the Siemens Competition, First Place in the Holland & Knight National Holocaust Essay Contest, First Place in the Yeshiva University Stock Market Competition, Fashion Design Gold Key Award Scholastic Art Awards Alliance for Young Artists & Writers, and a myriad of others.


Students in the school have been on trips to Israel, Spain and Poland. The trips to Israel and Poland are part of the March of the Living program, and is only accessible to students in their senior year at the academy. Students have widely cited the trip as the main inspiration to go to Israel for a year after finishing high school to study Jewish subjects. The athletic program has Junior Varsity and Varsity teams for both men and women in basketball, hockey, volleyball, tennis, softball and baseball. In the middle school their are hockey and basketball teams in 2010-2011 season the lions went to their first championship in hockey

The elementary and middle schools also have President, Vice President, Treasurer, and Secretary elections every November.

The high school athletic teams are called the Stars; the middle school athletic teams are the Lions.


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