Welcome to Columbus Baseball Invitational!

An idea born in 2009 from two CTA baseball parents to give their children more opportunities to play baseball,  the tournament has grown into a premier event where high school athletes from Jewish day schools and yeshivas across the country can play ball, make new friends, and share in community.   Columbus Torah Academy is proud to be the host and welcome everyone to The Jewish World Series!!

Cover for Columbus Torah Academy
973
Columbus Torah Academy

Columbus Torah Academy

181 Noe Bixby Road
Columbus, Ohio 43213

info@torahacademy.org
614-864-0299

A big, big mazel tov to the class of 2022 and their families. Last night's graduation, the first open to the community since 2019, proved to be a special night. Remarkable young men and women shared their reflections on their CTA education and their aspirations for the future. We were all impressed with lots of personality, able to shed a few tears, and left with warm hearts. They are strong and ready for the world! We can't wait to see what they can do. Missed last night? A recording is available youtu.be/jNNi1UJ9kEk- official picture to come from Lorn Spolter Photography- recording is not amazing, technical difficulties ... See MoreSee Less
View on Facebook

2 hours ago

Columbus Torah Academy
Columbus Torah Academy's cover photo ... See MoreSee Less
View on Facebook
CTA High School Graduation Tonight, May 26 at 7 pm at CTA. Open to the community (first time since 2019) Mincha at 6:30 pmMaariv following graduation ... See MoreSee Less
View on Facebook
10 day Senior Spotlight on the Class of 2022Yaakov Newman has attended CTA since kindergarten. Over the course of those long 13 years, Yaakov has grown to love his CTA family. In middle school he played on both the soccer and basketball teams. In high school he continued on the school's soccer team playing left defender. In his junior year he won the Dr. Milton & Shirlie Levitin Social Studies Award. Outside of school Yaakov can be found biking around town, at the Kollel learning independently, participating in Tri-C, and working as a server at Creekside Assisted Living home. He also enjoys reading, writing, hiking, geocaching and running the JCC obstacle courses. Next year Yaakov will be attending Yeshivat Har Etzion/The Gush in Israel to focus on his Limudei Kodesh.Celebrate Yaakov at CTA High School Graduation on Thursday, May 26 at 7 pm. ... See MoreSee Less
View on Facebook