Rabbi Yoni Fein joins the BMA administration as Judaic Principal for Kindergarten through 8th Grade. Coming to us from Moriah School in Englewood, where he served as the Assistant Principal of Judaic Studies & Jewish Life, Rabbi Fein has established himself as a rising star in the field of Jewish education. He was recently named as one of only a select few national winners of the prestigious Kohelet Prize for Excellence in Differentiated Instruction for his innovative work in bringing personalized learning to Judaic Studies. After earning a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and a Master’s degree in Jewish Education and Administration from Yeshiva University, Rabbi Fein was selected by the Avi Chai Foundation as a fellow at the Harvard Graduate School for Education Principal Institute as well as a YU LEAD participant.
Rabbi Fein played a pivotal role in coaching and consulting teachers across the country in utilizing technology and innovative educational models to improve student learning.
Rabbi Fein is passionate about helping every child reach their greatest potential and develop a strong Jewish identity. He is also an avid sports fan and enjoys writing and playing music. Most of all, Rabbi Fein enjoys spending time with his wife Rachel and his two daughters Ayelet & Leba who are proud BMA students.