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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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How could Bnei Yisrael promise to keep all the mitzvot without knowing what they would be?
Second graders constructed bridges using gum drops, toothpicks, a lab activity from PBS, and the iPad "Bridge Constructor" app. The hands-on engineering activity complemented their study of bridges and NYC landmarks.
Grades 3 & 4 were treated to an acappela concert by a premier synagogue choir from Montreal, followed by a performance by the LS Chorus. Thank you to Rabbi Grossman and Rabbi Steinmetz for making this Canadian connection!
Second graders participated in an amazing hands-on urban planning workshop at the Musuem of the City of New York.
Why does the Ramaz Anthem say "here at Ramaz we are one" - what does it mean to be united as one?