On Tuesday, June 13, hundreds of families, friends, faculty members and guests gathered to celebrate the SAR High School Class of 2017 11th annual graduation ceremony, which was held at The College of Mount St. Vincent’s in Riverdale. The graduates were addressed by Principal Rabbi Tully Harcsztark, faculty
The ballroom of the Stamford Hilton was filled to capacity on Sunday evening, May 21, to pay tribute to the past, present and future of Bi-Cultural Day School at the annual BCDS Celebration Dinner.
In keeping with the dinner’s theme, “Blessed,” the gala evening celebrated the
Since November 2015, SAR developed a partnership with S.H.I.N.E. (Students of Hostos are Inspired and Nurtured to Excellence), an after-school program serving students in grades K-6 at the Eugenio Maria de Hostos MicroSociety School (Hostos). SHINE is located in a socio-economically disadvantaged section of Yonkers where a majority
More than 200 families and friends of Stamford’s Bi-Cultural Day School (BCDS), wearing bright red “I Love Jerusalem” T-shirts, set out for New York City early Sunday morning, June 4, to join thousands of others as they sang and danced their way up Fifth Avenue as part of the annual Celebrate Israel Parade.
SAR High School’s sixth floor was abuzz with 120 senior exploration presentations during the week of May 22. Senior students delivered phenomenal 25 minute presentations on their 50 hours worth of work. There were many memorable presentations, including Jesse Blumenfeld’s glass harp instrumental and vocal performance (a YouTube
On Monday evening, the MTA LEAD program held its culminating event, as Yeshiva University High School for Boys (MTA) students pitched their business ideas to members of the LEAD Executive Council. Members of the council include Dr. Tamar Avnet (chair of the marketing department at YU’s Sy Syms School of Business), Harris
Rabbi Tully Harcsztark, of Teaneck, founding principal of SAR High School in Riverdale, New York, is one of three educators from across the United States to receive The Covenant Award in recognition of excellence in furthering Jewish education. The award is given annually by the Covenant Foundation, a nonprofit that seeks to