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News From Ramaz
Posted 06/13/2018 11:39PM
Wishing the US Class of 2018 a warm Mazal Tov! Our school is so proud of you and everything you've accomplished HERE at Ramaz. May you go on to live meaningful lives filled with Torah, menschlichkeit, and a life-long love of learning!
Posted 06/13/2018 11:36PM
Why would thirty five graduating seniors meet at 7:30 in the morning, travel for 2½ hours to work at Hazon, a large farm and Jewish Retreat Center in Connecticut, dedicated to creating a more sustainable world for all? The answer is simple, that's our mission, and our newest alumni responded to the call for service, HINENI....
Posted 06/13/2018 06:02PM
Congratulations to our 8th graders on graduating from the Ramaz Middle School! Wishing them happiness, success, and a continued love of learning. Best of luck from your Ramaz family!
Posted 06/13/2018 05:55PM
The Ramaz 8th Grade celebrated the completion and distribution of the Middle School yearbook. The Parents Council committee, headed by Dr. Rachel Title, organized this beautiful event, including a pizza lunch, room decorations, and a slide show. The yearbook is a year-long project involving contributions from all 8th grade students, and directed by Ms. Miri Rubin as faculty advisor. This year's editors-in-chief were Jordan M. and Caleb R. (Grade 8).
Posted 06/13/2018 05:49PM
Last Friday the LS celebrated its last Oneg for the school year. Like all of the Onegs, it was very special. Much of it was devoted to honoring Rabbi Koslowe and Andrew Leibowitz for all they have done at Ramaz to inspire our students to be menschen and to love learning and doing mitzvot and acts of chesed...
Posted 06/13/2018 05:36PM
Parallax, the literary and art magazine of Ramaz, was distributed at Celebration of the Arts last week. This year's theme was A Moveable Feast, and the book was a feast of color that looked good enough to eat. Last year's book won both the Gold Medal and the Silver Crown from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association this spring... We are hoping for similar accolades for this year's book.
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.