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Posts Tagged ‘high school’

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High School Writing Competition

From the JN Staff The Cohn-Haddow Center for Judaic Studies at Wayne State University is holding its fourth annual High School Writing Competition. It is open to ninth through twelfth grade students in the Metro Detroit area, who will have a chance to win a $500 cash prize, and $100 prizes for honorable mentions, for…

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Opportunity for High School Students

Applications are now being accepted for the Bronfman Fellowship, which selects 26 outstanding North American teenagers for a rigorous academic year of seminars including a free five-week trip to Israel in the summer between the Fellows’ junior and senior years of high school. The program educates and inspires exceptional young Jews from diverse backgrounds to…

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Essay: Kathleen

She was the girl I studied in high school. In every class we had together, I’d look at her and wonder how it would be to have hamburgers with her at Art’s Tuxedo Junction. Sharing an order of fries. Dipping into ketchup. Marveling that I was with such a grand person. What it would be…

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Graduating Seaholm senior Melanie Taylor

Michigan’s DYW

Karleigh Stone Special to the Jewish News Distinguished, poised and talented: Seaholm’s Melanie Taylor. Melanie Taylor, daughter of Alan and Linda Taylor and sister of Joshua, 15, of Birmingham, is Michigan’s 2018 Distinguished Young Woman, and “distinguished” is just the beginning when it comes to Taylor. She is poised, hard-working, talented and humble. She has…

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Look for the Naale booth at the Walk for Israel May 6. Naale Elite Academy in Israel

Free High School In Israel

Above: Look for the Naale booth at the Walk for Israel May 6. Family comes full circle at Walk for Israel. In 2016, when the Pearlman family stepped out to support and celebrate the modern Jewish state, they never imagined where Detroit’s Walk for Israel would take them. On that day, they crossed paths with…

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