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The Early Childhood Center
Our goal is to gently guide children on their own unique journeys into the world of classroom learning.
We are immensely proud of our Hebrew language program, inspired by research that shows ages 3-6 are optimal for language development.
The Lower School
In the Lower School (grades 1-4), our focus is on the whole child.
Some of the most powerful memories of the year are made during our weekly Oneg Shabbat.
The Rabbi Haskel Lookstein Middle School of Ramaz
An encompassing and enriching experience for students transitioning into young women and men.
Created to address the unique social and emotional needs of our Middle School students.
The Rabbi Joseph H. Lookstein Upper School of Ramaz
At the Ramaz Upper School, leaders are made every day.
Widely emulated, but never matched, the arts at Ramaz are vibrant and alive.
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Second grade students participated in selecting the finalist for the Irma Simonton Black and James H. Black Award for Excellence in Children's Literature.
At different points we have the ability to make a good choice or a bad choice—this is called “free will.” It is very important to realize that we all have free will to make our own decisions.
Why does the pasuk say that Aharon should wear “bad,” or linen, four times? What is the difference between these four times? Why “bad” in particular?
11th grade students composed and performed fugues as the culmination of a semester-long project.
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We're a place where students discover the best in themselves and others. Where they develop a lifelong love of learning and a commitment to use their gifts to make the world a better place.