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There is a saying that during the month of Elul, the king is in the field. Now is a time for everyone to look back upon our choices from the previous year and strive to improve.

At JETS, we ensure that the boys have the proper tools and environmental influence to make the right decisions always to be able to move forward in their personal growth.

Now taking applications for the 22’-23' academic year; young men 16-20 years old, apply today! → link in bio.
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📸: Dovy Brody, JETS Student
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Last week, JETS kicked off the year with an exciting camping trip, allowing the boys an opportunity to bond and connect in preparation for a new and successful school year.

At JETS, our primary focus is not just education; Instead, we focus on creating an environment for our students to grow and make their dreams a reality. We’re committed to building a welcoming and supportive campus where each individual feels welcomed, valued, and supported for success.

Now taking applications for the 22’-23' academic year; young men 16-20 years old, apply today! → link in bio
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JETS is more than a place of education. It is a place for students to grow and make their dreams a reality. We commit to building a welcoming and supportive campus environment where each individual feels welcomed, valued, and supported for success.

Now taking applications for the 22’-23' academic year; young men 16-20 years old, apply today! → link in bio
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The 15th of Av is a most mysterious day. A search of the Shulchan Aruch (Code of Jewish Law) reveals no observances or customs for this date, except for the instruction that the tachanun (confession of sins) and similar portions should be omitted from the daily prayers (as is the case with all festive dates), and that one should increase one’s study of Torah, since the nights are begining to grow longer, and “the night was created for study.”

The Talmud tells us that many years ago the “daughters of Jerusalem would go dance in the vineyards” on the 15th of Av, and “whoever did not have a wife would go there” to find himself a bride. And the Talmud considers this the greatest festival of the year, with Yom Kippur (!) a close second!

As the “full moon” of the month of Av, it is the festival of the future Redemption, marking the end of the tragedy that marred the first part of the month. Until this day, we held siyumim and gave charity each day to mitigate our sadness and hasten the Redemption. But on the 15th of Av, this is no longer. Forty-five days before Rosh Hashanah , this is also the first day on which we begin to wish each other a ketivah vachatimah tovah, to be signed and sealed for a good year.

(source: chabad.org)
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JETS is committed to providing excellent programs and resources that help our students reach their goals. We believe that every student has the ability to succeed, and we are dedicated to helping them reach their full potential. Thank you for considering JETS as your partner in education!

Now taking applications for the 22’-23' academic year; young men 16-20 years old, apply today! → link in bio
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"The focus of all spiritual wisdom is to transform this world."

JETS is committed to providing our students with the best possible education. We believe that by equipping them with the skills and knowledge they need to succeed in the real world, we can help them to transform this world for the better. JETS graduates have gone on to become successful professionals in a wide range of fields, and we are proud to have played a part in their success. We are confident that JETS will continue to provide its students with the excellent education they need to achieve their dreams and make a difference in the world.

Now taking applications for the 22’-23' academic year; young men 16-20 years old, apply today! → Link in Bio!
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Music is the language of the Soul. That’s why the JETS music room and sound studio are accessible year-round for students and staff. The music room is fully equipped with guitars, keyboards, drums, and audio software, enabling students to learn, practice, and play together.

Now taking applications for the 22’-23' academic year; young men 16-20 years old, apply today! → link in bio
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Our staff members are committed to the success of every student. We work to ensure that our school is a friendly and nurturing community that provides excellent programs and operates with efficiency – all for the best interest of our students.

Now taking applications for the 22’-23' academic year; young men 16-20 years old, apply today! → link in bio
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JETS is more than a place of education. It is a place for students to grow and make their dreams a reality. We commit to building a welcoming and supportive campus environment where each individual feels welcomed, valued, and supported for success.

Now taking applications for the 22’-23' academic year; young men 16-20 years old, apply today! → link in bio
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B”H, JETS is now accepting applications for the 2022 - 2023 school year from young men 16 - 20 years old.

What makes us unique? Our school is built on three pillars:

1) A rigorous dual curriculum of general and Judaic studies.
2) A supportive community of students, parents, and educators.
3) An unwavering commitment to our students’ success.

These pillars are the foundation of everything we do at JETS, and they guide us as we strive to provide our students with the best possible education.

If you’re looking for a school that will challenge your child academically while instilling in them a love of learning and a strong sense of Jewish identity, JETS is the perfect fit for you.

We encourage you to browse our website to learn more about our school and what we have to offer. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

We look forward to meeting you: https://www.jetsschool.org/apply
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ALUMNI PERSPECTIVE: Words from our alumni are the most meaningful of all. It means we have done our job and sent successful young men out into the world who have made something of themselves with the tools we have taught them along the way. Thanks for your kind words Nati Zigelbom. ...

The sky is the limit, class of 2022! You’ve worked so hard and accomplished so much. We know you’ll continue to soar to new heights and chase your dreams.

Wishing you all the best, and hoping you will continue to use the tools you acquired in JETS to serve your communities with compassion, honesty, and integrity. We know you will make us proud! Go out there and change the world, one step at a time.

Congratulations JETS Class of 2022 on all your success, we can’t wait to see what amazing things you do next.
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Another dose of wisdome from Chabad.org:

Standing there, looking down from Mount Sinai, Moses had to make a decision.

In his hands, he held two tablets, the work of G‑d, engraved by G‑d with His own words. No objects more precious than these two stone tablets had ever materialized in this universe.

Below, he beheld his people in the debauchery of their sin, worshipping a golden calf only forty days after hearing from G‑d Himself, “You shall have no other gods.”

If Moses would hold onto the tablets, he would have to deliver them, and then, he knew, none of those who had any involvement with the golden calf would have a chance of survival. He was their leader, their shepherd.

Yet it was to receive the Torah that he had liberated the people from Egypt and brought them here. It was to receive the Torah that he had ascended the mountain and lived as a heavenly being, without food, water or sleep, for 40 days and 40 nights. For Moses, these two tablets lay at the very essence of his being.

And now, Moses had to decide: Are the people here to keep the Torah, or is the Torah here to liberate the souls of the people?

So he shattered the tablets. And he saved the people.

And with that, Moses established forever the relationship between the Torah and the people.
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Teach a man to fish and you have fed him for a lifetime.

In addition to the obligation to impart ethical values and spiritual ideals to our youth, Torah law mandates that we provide them with the necessary tools that they can use to earn a living in the future. Hence, JETS was founded.

Learn more about the great work our staff & students are doing every day by visiting our website.
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Your Daily Dose of Jewish Wisdom from chabad.org:

Along the path to Torah is the splitting of the sea.
What is the sea? It is the thick blanket of materialism that smothers the fire of your divine soul. A miracle comes, splits the sea, and the truth is revealed beneath your feet. Now you can receive Torah. But don’t imagine you can keep your belief in a materialist world and append to it a Torah consciousness.

An entire sea of delusion must part, and the world must be seen for what it truly is:

A divine place ever awaiting miracles.
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What makes our JETS family so unique? Listen to Yossi Malka share his amazing experience working with our JETS students and alumni, and the impact of their involvement in our community. ...

Happy Yom Ha'atzmaut from JETS!

"Israel was not created in order to disappear—Israel will endure and flourish. It is the child of hope and home of the brave. It can neither be broken by adversity nor demoralized by success. It carries the shield of democracy and it honors the sword of freedom." -John F. Kenndy
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On the occasion of Yom Hashoah Day¸ let us take a pledge that we will never let the history repeat itself. #sixmillion #neverforget ...

From Darkness To Light

The dark past of a Warsaw-Auschwitz transport car meets its challenge at the JETS campus.

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