As part of the continued effort to offer students "experiential" learning opportunities, grades 4-7 participated in a variety of mini course offerings.
The SRDS Performing Arts Department presented the ever-popular Little Women, (the musical) for three performances last weekend to a packed house in the Alford Hall Performing Arts Center.
Aligning with the Saddle River Day School’s mission to encourage students to be intellectual risk takers, SRDS has established Middle and and Upper School Odyssey of the Mind teams this year under the leadership of Science
Being kind is one of the greatest attributes that anyone can possess and better yet, it doesn't need to cost a thing! With this in mind, the SRDS administration worked with student groups (dubbed the "Kindness Committee") in order to host its first school wide Kindness Week @SRDS.
Long after the job was done on the floor and the upset was complete, Jordan Janowski walked to mid-court and accepted Saddle River Day’s fifth straight Bergen County championship.
Four students who are completely different in their personalities, interests and academic strengths were accepted early decision at New York University this year.
Rebel basketball is B-A-C-K and for REBEL fans, it has proven again to be a great ride so far this season.
Alex Slomin '22 has found his passion in life: photographing wildlife and nature. And when you see his work, you will be inspired.
Alex has been called in to act as a Minecraft "expert." He supplements Professor Chris Jung's class and gives the student perspective as teachers practice innovative ways to teach science and integrate technology into their lessons.
The SRDS community took time to embark on student-led projects during the holiday season that shared with those who are less fortunate.
SRDS faculty members developed course content with the goal of teaching important skills such as creativity, critical thinking, research, collaboration, applied learning, problem solving and public speaking.
The first CIE Boot Camp was an amazingly successful event with 50+ attendees in grades K-8.
One of the Core Values at SRDS is that Everyone Counts, meaning “all children and adults matter; their contributions are prized.” Faculty and staff, students and families come from many diverse backgrounds at Saddle River Day and the school values the perspective and contributions of people from every culture.
“I can't even believe that we're here and that this is really happening,” said goalkeeper Livia Davidson. “Our team never gives up and never stops playing hard; that showed with how we played today.”
The SRDS RoboRebels robotics team took part in the first official FTC SkyStone competition of the season.
This Girls Varsity Tennis team posted an undefeated 16-0 record (first time in SRDS school history) and emerged NJIC Patriot Division CHAMPS!
Families engaged in pop-up interactive activities, discussions and the opportunity to see how SRDS promotes innovative thinking and an entrepreneurial mindset.
SRDS welcomed its alumni, faculty, families and friends for a wonderful Homecoming and Alumni weekend.
The mission of the Memory Project is kindness: "We invite high school art students to cultivate global kindness by creating portraits as special gifts for children around the world."
The SRDS campus was filled with over 275 grandparents & special friends on Friday, October 4th on a perfect fall morning.
At all grade levels, our teachers look to inspire, promote critical thinking and develop a love of learning. How do we make learning engaging and fun in Lower School?
Natalie has been invited to exhibit her artwork as part of the Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition's National Art Show. The exhibit opens on September 21st and runs through October 27th.
Excitement, energy and enthusiasm filled the Saddle River Day School campus on opening day, boasting a record enrollment that is the highest it has been in the last 10 years.
The 2019-2020 school year is off to a great start, boasting a record enrollment that is the highest it has been in the last 10 years. The excitement for a new year, filled with promise, can be felt everywhere on campus!
Ruthie graduated from St. Andrews this past Spring as one of only three students with an Honours Dual Degree in Biology and Psychology.
Saddle River Day School is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Jalaj Desai as Interim Head of School for the 2019-2020 school year.
Congratulations to Michaela McMahon ‘18 who made the U19 USA Women’s Lacrosse Team
Ami traveled with her mother, Dr. Saraswati Dayal, to engage in volunteer medical service
The strength of college guidance at SRDS is in the care and attention given to each student and family. At SRDS, our families receive expert college guidance that gives our students an advantage in the college admissions process.
Innovative Curriculum @ SRDS Continues to Move Full "STEAM" Ahead
Upper School Students Travel Off Campus for Spring Career Day
The RoboRebels @ SRDS experienced a successful initial year!
SRDS students were tasked with representing the interests of Costa Rica and Kuwait.
Eleventh graders at Saddle River Day School put their advanced math skills to the test.
Kayla begins her semester in the Colin Powell School for Civic & Global Leadership program.
The theme for this year's awards ceremony was “Building Bridges: A Path to the Future.”
Michele Sidor drained a left-wing three to become the fourth girls basketball player in New Jersey history to eclipse 3,000 points.
Sixteen Upper and Middle School students have been cast for the SRDS musical "Freaky Friday" that will open in March.
Computer Science Education Week engaged Saddle River Day students schoolwide in multiple tech options as part of an international technology education program.
For four days, Upper School students experienced a wide variety of "mini-course" offerings.
Michelle Sidor broke Anne Donovan's Bergen County all-time scoring record with 3-pointer against Teaneck.
Threes for Sandy Hook benefit games still offer healing through sports.
Innovative student experiences continue @SRDS.
Four student-athletes signed their Letters of Intent on National Signing Day.
NorthJersey.com high school sports columnist Darren Cooper writes about the second annual "Open Gym" at SRDS... and what college coaches REALLY want in their players.
Students from the 6th and 7th grades visited the JCC in Tarrytown, NY on Thursday, September 13th to participate in a social action project with the AFYA Foundation.
A hard-working crew including the technology department and student interns continued preparation all summer for the opening of school.
This summer, Upper School students took the opportunity to gain valuable work experience through internships in a variety of fields.
While many of us have been enjoying the summer relaxing and recharging, the SRDS faculty has been hard at work attending learning opportunities in their respective academic fields.