Athletics

Wall of Fame

2020 All American Athletes

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  • Izzy Wachter Cheerleading

    Freshman Izzy is a first-year cheerleader who came in with a dynamic smile and a work ethic like no other. Her dedication to her craft became readily apparent to her teammates and coaches as she continuously worked throughout the season on both her stability and strength. Izzy noticed that as a flyer, she needed to improve her strength and stability during stunts. She constantly asked for ways to improve this. Izzy quietly worked on her own time as well as off to the side during practice to constantly improve. By the end of the season, her teammates and coaches all saw dynamic improvement. She was able to advance to more complicated stunts all through the work that she put into her strength program.
  • Slaide Naturman, Baseball

    Junior Slaide is the star example of an athlete’s increased performance on the field through dedication in the weight room. Slaide came into the strength training program with a goal of gaining lean mass to improve his performance on the field and condition his body to help avoid non-contact injuries. In 10 weeks Slaide was able to put on 6 pounds of lean mass and increase his arm strength allowing him to throw at a higher velocity than he had ever experienced before. Playing the position of catcher, Slaide has become a dominant defensive player and a true threat to all runners on the base path. Slaide has also set a positive example in the weight room and influenced his teammates to work harder and push themselves as well.
  • Zamir Norry, Wrestling

    Sophomore Zamir spent the first half of the school year in the weight room. He always worked with focus and determination. He is a self-started who would set goals for himself and diligently work in the weight room to achieve those goals. Although he was quiet and focused, he was always a leader and there to help others push themselves to be better. As winter season approached, Zamir began his first year as a wrestler. At practices, he showed the same level of maturity and discipline and he soaked in every word from his coaches. As a first-year wrestler at the beginning of the season, he had to rely heavily on the strength gains he achieved. As the season continued, Zamir developed a technique that drove him to dominate at Area, through sectionals and ultimately placing 10th in the state in the 152 weight class. Even though this was his first year, the benefits from his strength training coupled with his coachable attitude helped bring him through to a very successful season. Zamir is the epitome of an All American Strength and Conditioning Athlete of the Year, taking the advantages he has gained from his strength training and translating that to success on the mat.

2019 Athletics Awards

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Wall of Fame

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  • Positive Athlete Georgia North Fulton Award Winners

    The Weber School is proud to participate in Positive Athlete Georgia, a state-wide program recognizing student-athletes whose presence and attitude positively impacts their team and school environment.
    • 2014-15 Karin Videlefsky-Girls Soccer
    • 2014-15 Emma Popowski-Girls Basketball
    • 2015-16 Rose Karlin-Volleyball
    • 2015-16 Abby Blum-Girls Basketball
    • 2015-16-Weber Athletics Named Most Positive Sports Program-North Fulton
     
     
  • Rams in College

    Congratulations to our Rams who have continued on to play their sport at the collegiate level.

    2019
    • Eli Weiner-Baseball (Tulane University)
    • Ariel Arbiv-Track and Field (University of Virginia)
    • Micah Frankel-Baseball (College of Wooster)
    2018
    • Daniel (Lefty) Livnat-Baseball (University of Massachusetts)
    2017
    • Becky Arbiv '17 (Duke University)
    2016
    • Kyle Rabinowitz '16 (Georgia College and State University)
    • Daniel Whitesides '16 (Muhlenberg College)
    2015
    • Miriam Goodfriend '15 (Life University)
    2014
    • Matt Joseph '14 (Dennison College)
    • Zach Brown '14 (Tufts)
    • Ben Karlin '14 (Middlebury College)
    2006
    • David Tillem '06 (Georgetown University)
    2005
    • Zach Shindell '05 (Mary Lynn College)
  • State Championships

    2004 GISA AAA State Wrestling Champion (130lb) Zach Shindell
    2005 & 2006 GISA AAA Boys Tennis Individual State Champion David Tillem
    2014 GISA AAA State Girls Tennis Champions
    2014 GISA AAA State Track and Field Champion 300m Hurdles-Becky Arbiv
    2015 & 2016 AAA State Track and Field Champion Pole Vault-Becky Arbiv

Questions?

List of 2 members.

  • Scott Seagraves 

    Athletics Director
  • Jessica LaGala 

    Associate Athletic Director
The Weber School, a Jewish Community high school serving students from all Jewish backgrounds, prepares students for success in college and in life with comprehensive academic and co-curricular programs that inspire student exploration, leadership, and Jewish social consciousness. Many of our programs and academies are unique to Weber and can't be found at any other Atlanta-area high schools.