The Hebrew Academy Chabad Girls High School in Huntington Beach is home to a talented group of students. Each year, the students come together to put on a spectacular production that showcases their talents, and this year was no exception. The production is a collaborative effort between the high school and middle school students, who worked tirelessly to bring the inspiring story of Rabbi Akiva & Rochel to life.
On the night of Zayin Adar, the Hebrew Academy Chabad Girls High School auditorium filled with family, friends, and members of the community.
The lights dim, and the curtains opened to reveal a spellbinding story brought to life through song, dance, and drama. The audience was captivated by the performances, and the energy in the room was electric. The production was a true testament to the hard work, dedication, and talent of the students and staff at the Hebrew Academy Chabad Girls High School, and it is an event that is eagerly anticipated each year.
Rochel’s unwavering Mesiras Nefesh, portrayed with such depth, left a deep impression on those who attended the event. The girls were touched by her example and were inspired to emulate her dedication in their own lives. Rochel’s story is a timeless reminder of dedication to Torah & Mitzvahs, and of following in the footsteps of those who came before us. Many who attended commented on the powerful impact her story made, and how it inspired them to have Mesiras Nefesh in their own lives.
The production was run by the students, for the students. Headed by the senior class, the students owned every part of the performance. “It was incredible seeing everyone talents come together” said student Sarala Rapoport.
Special thank you to Director of Student Life, Mrs Rochel Leah Stillerman and Bnos Chabad Shlucha Ms. Chelly Minkowitz for their months of hard work and dedication in creating the production.
The Hebrew Academy Chabad Girls High School is reopening their dormitory for this coming year and is accepting applicants for all grades.
For more information visit HACDS.org/Leaders or call 323-613-7124