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Fieldston Ethical Culture School became a hub of mental awareness through a benefit concert and discussion on May 9 thanks to one of its sophomores. more
SAR Academy hosted Interactive Family Arts Festival on Monday, May 22 where they showcased students’ work. more
New York City native, adjunct professor, and College of Mount Saint Vincent graduate Robin Ferrer returns to his boarding school on Sunday, June 11 where he will be honored during Milton Hershey School’s commencement ceremony. He has been named 2023 Alumnus of the Year. more
International Leadership Charter School has faced a backlash from the community along with vandalism of the construction of its new middle school. But now, the administration is slapping back, just days before another rally against them was scheduled. more
SAR High School and SAR Academy celebrated Yom Ha’atzmaut on April 25. The high school started with a schoolwide tefilla — a prayer — memorable and exciting festivity along with scholarly lessons dedicated to find peaceful solutions in any situation and meaning in Israel’s founding father. In 1948, David Ben-Gurion was the known national founder of the state of Israel. And the first prime minister. more
Another year, another Bronx high school student can have their artwork shown in the halls of the U.S. Capitol along with other winners nationwide and the district office of Rep. Adriano Espaillat for up to one year. more
Salanter Akiba Riverdale Academy prepares for the Jewish Passover holiday recently with a hand-made 18-minute shmurah matzah bake in their matzah factory. The matzah was to be used during the holiday. more
Led by state and city elected officials Saturday, nearly 100 residents of nearby Tibbett Towers, the Edwardian and Corlear Gardens voiced their opposition to the charter middle school being constructed at 306 W. 232nd St. more
Two Black alumni have sued Ethical Culture Fieldston School for what they claim is racial discrimination dating back to 2016, according to a pair of lawsuits filed in a Manhattan federal court. more
Evelyn Velez felt as if she was over the moon when she planned to lead International Leadership Charter School’s new middle school as it launches this fall. But refusing to get an updated Covid booster shot forced her to resign effective immediately on March 1. She claimed her new job had become a “hostile work environment.” more
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