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Mr. David Tabachnik

Director of College Counseling

Gann Academy

Direct Phone: (781) ***-**** ext. ***       

Email: d***@***.org

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Gann Academy

333 Forest Street

Waltham, Massachusetts 02452

United States

Company Description

Gann Academy is committed to making a Jewish high school education accessible to all admitted students, regardless of financial need. We believe that our community is enhanced by the socioeconomic diversity of our student body. Tuition for the 2016-2017 a ... more

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Schmooze Magazine The Status Quota:It’s clear that many schools are actively seeking more Jewish students. But is it for love or for [tuition] money — or for rankings? | Schmooze Magazine

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At the time, the college was not at the top of the list for David Tabachnik, Gann's director of college counseling, who tends to favor schools such as the University of Pennsylvania, George Washington University, Johns Hopkins University and Yale University, among others for his students, who tend to stay close to home.

He found it unusual that Vanderbilt would send someone to his school, which this year will graduate 80 seniors, when the presenter's time might have been better spent somewhere larger. Nevertheless, Tabachnik felt that the university's motives were genuine.
"The impression is that they're making an honest attempt to diversify the student body," says Tabachnik, who has been invited to visit the campus and hopes to take the school up on that offer.
When he does get down to Nashville, he intends to look beyond the Jewish Studies program and the Hillel building, complete with the city's first kosher vegetarian restaurant, to the aspect of Jewish life you can't put in a brochure or on a Web site.
"It has more to do with what the atmosphere is like for Jewish students there," he says.


Schmooze Magazine The Status Quota:It’s clear that many schools are actively seeking more Jewish students. But is it for love or for [tuition] money — or for rankings? | Schmooze Magazine

www.schmoozemag.com [cached]

At the time, the college was not at the top of the list for David Tabachnik, Gann's director of college counseling, who tends to favor schools such as the University of Pennsylvania, George Washington University, Johns Hopkins University and Yale University, among others for his students, who tend to stay close to home.

He found it unusual that Vanderbilt would send someone to his school, which this year will graduate 80 seniors, when the presenter's time might have been better spent somewhere larger. Nevertheless, Tabachnik felt that the university's motives were genuine.
"The impression is that they're making an honest attempt to diversify the student body," says Tabachnik, who has been invited to visit the campus and hopes to take the school up on that offer.
When he does get down to Nashville, he intends to look beyond the Jewish Studies program and the Hillel building, complete with the city's first kosher vegetarian restaurant, to the aspect of Jewish life you can't put in a brochure or on a Web site.
"It has more to do with what the atmosphere is like for Jewish students there," he says.


At the time, the college was ...

www.schmoozemag.com [cached]

At the time, the college was not at the top of the list for David Tabachnik, Gann's director of college counseling, who tends to favor schools such as the University of Pennsylvania, George Washington University, Johns Hopkins University and Yale University, among others for his students, who tend to stay close to home.

He found it unusual that Vanderbilt would send someone to his school, which this year will graduate 80 seniors, when the presenter's time might have been better spent somewhere larger. Nevertheless, Tabachnik felt that the university's motives were genuine.
"The impression is that they're making an honest attempt to diversify the student body," says Tabachnik, who has been invited to visit the campus and hopes to take the school up on that offer.
When he does get down to Nashville, he intends to look beyond the Jewish Studies program and the Hillel building, complete with the city's first kosher vegetarian restaurant, to the aspect of Jewish life you can't put in a brochure or on a Web site.
"It has more to do with what the atmosphere is like for Jewish students there," he says.


Counselors Share Their Thoughts About the Mission

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David Tabachnik, Director of College Counseling, Gann Academy - The New Jewish High School


Counselors Share Their Thoughts About the Mission

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David Tabachnik, Director of College Counseling, Gann Academy - The New Jewish High School

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