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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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Yom Ha'atzmaut Dancing
Students with personal connections to France joined with the Ramaz Chesed and Human Rights clubs to speak on events in Paris and deliver condolences from Ramaz to the French Consulate.
All divisions at Ramaz recognized Veterans' Day with prayer, song, and special guest speakers. Programming was sponsored by Mrs. Lorelei Hammerman in memory of her husband, Lieutenant Benjamin Hammerman, z"l.
Students in Grade 12 Honors Talmud joined senior citizens for a "lunch and learn" at Congregation Kehilath Jeshurun.
More than 25 MS and US classes participated in virtual travels all over the world and beyond through Google Expeditions.
The Ramaz Human Rights Club urged their classmates to remember Kristallnacht and honor those who suffered by fighting against the injustices of our time.
Noa Rothman addressed the senior class on the 20th yartzheit of her grandfather, Prime Minister Yitzchak Rabin.