Frisch offers its students the opportunity to participate in a variety of co-curricular competitions.
The Chess Team is part of the Metropolitan Yeshiva Chess League (NY and NJ). Frisch has been in the finals for the last seven years and has won the championship four of those years. There is also a club activity where newcomers to the game can learn to play chess.
Students possessing a wide range of knowledge enjoy answering questions in a fun-filled, educational framework. Participating members in the Yeshiva High School College Bowl League compete against students from other yeshivot from the tri-state area. Various schools in the league host the four annual meets.
The Debate Team is comprised of varsity and junior varsity teams. Students learn to research, think, and speak effectively on serious topics. The Debate Teams are members of the North Jersey Debate League. Students participate in competitions for which they research and prepare arguments on an assigned topic. Public speaking skills, working with a partner, meeting deadlines and reasoning abilities are strengthened through participation on the Debate Team. Mock debates are held after school to prepare for the tournaments. At the mock debates, returning team members help new members formulate plans and sharpen skills.
Outstanding math students participate in state and national math contests and competitions such as: The New Jersey Math League; The American High School Mathematics Examination (AHSME); and the American Invitational Mathematics Examination (AIME).