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Our co-curricular programs are all about helping you express yourself and develop your interests and passions. With over 72 clubs in the Upper School alone, you’re bound to find the community that’s just right for you, but if you don’t, start a club of your own! There’s nothing like pursuing your interests with others who share them, because the most rewarding steps are those we take together.


Co-Curricular News

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This past week, the Real Estate Club had the opportunity to hear from Mr. Simon Ziff, President of The Ackman-Ziff group, and interview Mr. Dan Rosenbloom head of investments at Cadre. Mr. Ziff received a bachelor's degree in finance at Pennsylvania State University and later received a master's in real estate finance at NYU. Mr. Ziff has been the president of Ackman-Ziff since 1995...

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students playing on various instruments

RamJam is an often used title for the annual concert program that presents the faculty mentored high school music and dance ensembles to the Upper School student body and community. Most or all of the faculty-led groups perform from year to year, our High School Choir/Chamber Choir, Rock Band/Jazz Band, Guitar Ensemble, Dance Ensemble...

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headshot of visiting speaker, Brandon Kaufman

Brandon Kaufman, the operations manager at Stripe Atlas spoke to the Entrepreneurship Club. Stripe is a payments processor for internet companies. It works on Atlas, a platform which helps entrepreneurs form companies in the U.S, i.e. helping raise funds, navigate the legal details involved, etc.). Kaufman spoke to our students and gave them insight on how to build a startup...

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students playing on guitar

The US Guitar Ensemble members met this week. The club's goal is to have students congregate around the learning, playing, and understanding of music and the guitar. It is both an ensemble that gives one the opportunity to learn the wonders of group synergy, and it's also an individual journey of deepening and growing as a guitarist for each student. With an all-guitar band of over 10 musicians, each division within the ensemble emulates a different part of a different musical instrument, creating a lush and complex...

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students hold up signs for different clubs represented at club fair

With over 70 clubs to choose from, US students in all grades made their way through the expansive, immersive stations. Clubs were more diverse than ever, ranging from architecture to pre-med to pop culture. Some newer clubs featured were the mental health and crypto club. Of course there were classic Ramaz clubs, such as yearbook, mock trial, chorus, Parallax, and so much more!

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