• January

    Alumni Spotlight

    Kol HaKavod to Weber sibling alumni Hannah Feldstein (Class of 2020) and Sam Feldstein (Class of 2021). Sam received the Atlanta Israel Gap Year Scholarship and is currently participating in the Nativ College Leadership Program. Click here to read about his Gap Year experience. Hannah was accepted to Garin Tzabar, a unique program that provides comprehensive services to young Jewish adults (ages 18-24) who make Aliyah and serve in the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) as Lone Soldiers.
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  • Branching Out

    The month of Sh'vat celebrates the blessings of abundance, new life, and the importance of the Torah, with Tu B’Shvat, the “New Year for Trees,” one of the month’s many highlights. Just as tree branches spread out and grow, Weber students are being challenged to “Branch Out for Shevat” by growing their experiences and trying new things with a schoolwide game of Sh'vat Bingo.
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  • Kol HaKavod

    Kol HaKavod to sophomore Rob Liberman for being selected as a bassoonist for the Georgia Music Educators (GMEA) All State Concert Band 2.
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  • Leadership Starts from Within

    After launching the newly created Office of Student Support and Enrichment in the fall, The Weber School was excited to partner with Nourishing the Soul Workshops (NTS) to bring its unique leadership intensive Leadership Starts from Within (LSW) to Weber’s Peer Leadership program. Developed and led by Jewish educator Tracie Bernstein, the training redefines what it means to lead. The leadership training is pragmatic and action-oriented, engaging Weber students with lively debates, sophisticated content, and brainstorming.
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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.

The Felicia Penzell Weber Jewish Community High School admits students of any race, color, and national or ethnic origin.