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  • Congratulations To Carmel Academy's International Math Olympiad Champions

    Carmel Academy Students Win Top Honors in International Math Olympiad
    Seven Carmel Academy students placed in the top 10 percent internationally in the International Math Olympiad Competition.  Carmel students who were the overall winners for their respective grades are fourth grader Jacob Lebwohl, fifth grader Nathan Toback, sixth grader Adina Ament, seventh grader Sophie Citron, and eighth grader Ben Levy. In addition to the school's overall winners, sixth graders Lily Lebwohl and Yishama Orlow also ranked in the top 10 percent internationally. The students competed in five challenging competitions throughout the academic year, testing their knowledge in complex math word problems. 
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2017-2018 School Year Highlights!

Graduation 2018

Upcoming Events

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  • Labor Day - School Closed

  • First Day of School - Opening Ceremony

    Location: Main (Lower) Playing Field
  • Rosh Hashanah - School Closed

  • Back To School BBQ

  • Erev Yom Kippur - School Closed

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Carmel Academy News

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  • Carmel Academy Graduates Largest Class in School History

    As it culminated its 20th anniversary year, Carmel Academy graduated its largest class in school history on June 14th.

    The student-designed graduation ceremony centered around “20 Years of Daring,” in keeping with the theme of the school year. The school’s 33 graduates poignantly reflected upon what they learned at Carmel, and how the school has shaped and prepared them for their future. Through personal writings and songs, in both Hebrew and English, the graduates shared their memories, as well as their aspirations for the future based on the foundation they received at Carmel Academy.

    “Throughout our years at Carmel, we have grown so much as people, as Jews, as life-long learners, and as citizens of the world,” said graduate Talia Siegel Moss.
    The graduates shared in Hebrew excerpts from their yearlong project Shorashim, or Roots. The project was modeled after an Israeli initiative that has become a nation-wide tradition, where the students researched their family’s history and connection with the Jewish people.

    “In essence, it was a journey of self-discovery for each of us,” said graduate Ben Marinoff-Spindell. “Through this project we reflected on how we view ourselves within our family’s heritage and enhanced our understanding of Jewish peoplehood.”
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  • A League Of Their Own

    Carmel Academy seventh graders Francesca Margolius and Nili Sprecher had been playing on the school’s baseball team for a number of years. As the only girls on the all-boy team, and with their growing interest for the American pastime, the two young athletes decided it was time for a league of their own.
     
    They took that dream and made it reality, launching Carmel Academy’s first-ever softball team. The team of ten Carmel Academy girls took to the softball diamond for their inaugural game in mid-April.
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  • Carmel Academy is a private school for children of all Jewish affiliations, serving children from transitional kindergarten through 8th grade.

Carmel Academy is a recipient of UJA Greenwich, the United Jewish Federation of Greater Stamford, New Canaan and Darien, Federation for Jewish Philanthropy of Upper Fairfield County and The UJA Federation on New York.