Over 150 eighth graders from many metropolitan elementary schools got a taste of what their high school experience at the Stella K. Abraham High School would be like. On Tuesday, December 10, SKA student ambassadors welcomed aspiring high schoolers who got a glimpse of many of the highlights SKA has to offer, along with the energy and warmth it projects.

Mrs. Elisheva Kaminetsky, Principal, Judaic Studies, Mrs. Bluma Drebin, Principal, General Studies, Ms. Elana Flaumenhaft, Associate Principal, Rabbi Yosef Zakutinsky, Director of Student Programs, Ms. Lisa Fogel, SKA Social Worker, and Admission Liaison Mrs. Machi Steinberg personally greeted all the girls they had met during the interview process and the Open House.

After refreshments, the incoming students viewed the recent SKAbbaton video, which displayed the abundant ruach in the school. The girls were able to attend several ongoing core and elective classes, giving them the chance to observe the unique academics that are available at SKA.

Following a delicious and informative lunch, it was time for clubs! The eighth graders participated in a variety of creative opportunities such as sushi making, dance, and basketball, among others. The day provided a wonderful preview of what an incredible high school experience at SKA could be.

We look forward to welcoming the Class of 2024!