Parkland HS Memorial

March 20, 2018 | By

Dear Shulamith Family, This morning was a powerful one as we commemorated the victims of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. In the wake of senseless crime and tragedy, we find that we are often shaken with a feeling of helplessness.  While we recognize that we are not able to fix the challenges […]

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Choosing to Lead at AIPAC

March 13, 2018 | By

This week, our students attended the AIPAC policy conference in Washington, DC. The theme of this year’s conference was “Choose to Lead,” a fitting theme for our SHS students as they grow as student leaders in the Israel Activism club. “A leader is someone who takes charge, does something that everyone would follow. That is […]

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Spreading Smiles

February 27, 2018 | By

HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE HAPPINESS PROJECT Friendship Circle Winter Camp Students brought happiness and companionship to special needs children.        GO GOLD! Pediatric Cancer Awareness Students ‘Go Gold’ workshop brings awareness to pediatric cancer. Students heard from Chai Lifeline volunteer coordinator Stacy Weiner about what the organization does and how people can get involved. […]

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Finals Done Right!

February 5, 2018 | By

Final Exams are important for progress monitoring and learning goals, but they also present an opportunity to develop skills that extend past the high school classroom. With that in mind, our advisors conducted pre-finals workshops about time management, effective studying techniques, and optimal study space and times. Advisors then worked with the students to create […]

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ShulaMEET!

December 27, 2017 | By

On the 7th day of Chanukah, nearly 100 prospective 9th grade students crammed the classrooms and hallways of Shulamith High School, much as candles that evening would completely fill up  the menorah. They were participating in ShulaMEET, a day-long experience of visiting classes, sampling clubs, and meeting up with current Shulamith students, many of whom, […]

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College Guidance at Shulamith High School

October 24, 2017 | By

The inaugural class of Shulamith High School, the Class of 2019, has embarked upon their junior year. This is the year in which planning for college becomes the top priority. ACTs or SATs? How many APs should one take? What is the Common App? How does one apply for financial aid and scholarships? With questions […]

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Laugh off the rain

October 24, 2017 | By

ROSH CHODESH CHESHVAN: GO INSPIRES STUDENTS TO “LAUGH OFF” THE RAIN It’s always so nice to see eyes light up or hear someone laugh out loud.  The halls at Shulamith are always filled with happy voices, as students and faculty carry on with school.  Our new G.O stepped it up a notch as they launched […]

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A Thousand Ways to Shine

September 25, 2017 | By

A new year has started at Shulamith High School for Girls, and with it, a new season for opportunities, challenges, and exploration. Interested in coding? There’s a club for that. Fascinated by how detectives gather evidence at a crime scene? There is a club for that, too. Want to create a fashion portfolio? Why not […]

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New Beginnings

September 11, 2017 | By

Back-to-school blues? Not at Shulamith High School! Tuesday was the first day of something exciting and new: the 2017-18 school year. We welcomed new Freshman and returning Sophomores and Juniors (plus a few new Sophomores and Juniors) to a year of learning and growth. Both old-timers and newcomers felt the energy pulsing in the halls. “The best part […]

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Teacher Learning: The Key to Student Learning

September 11, 2017 | By

“The best part of teaching is that it matters.  The hardest part of teaching is that it matters every day,” said Mrs Rina Zerykier, principal of Shulamith High School as she opened the first session of summer faculty professional development.  “At the end of the day, it is the teachers who will define our school.  It […]

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