On Thursday, May 18th, Saddle River Day School graduated the Class of 2023 in the presence of families, friends, alumni and faculty and staff on our beautiful campus.
As alumni, you are the link to our heritage, the key to our future.
You are an integral part of our SRDS community. As each class graduates, a new generation of alumni continues the rich legacy and tradition of our School. We welcome your involvement and support! Please remember to keep us informed of any changes to your contact information or if you would like to submit class notes.
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At Saddle River Day School, when we find a way to improve or enhance our student experience, we jump at the chance. So when Laura Hollis, Director of Technology, became aware of Girls Who Code, an innovative program with the mission to close the gender gap in technology education and careers, she and Head of School, Jalaj Desai, set about chartering a Girls Who Code chapter at SRDS for students in grades 3-5.
Dr. Zacaraev holds a Doctorate in Education from The University of Pennsylvania, where he studied Educational and Organizational Leadership. He earned his Masters in Education from the Teachers College, Columbia University, Klingenstein Center in Independent School Leadership and has been described as an "incredible talent."
Francis and Kristen Walsh, current Saddle River Day School parents and residents of Saddle River, have generously matched the $100,000 award. Thanks to the generosity of the Walsh family, the grant funds have been received and the school has been able to expand the innovative programming and academic offerings of its CIE.
With a roster of shows this robust, it’s no wonder that prospective students are beginning to pay attention to Saddle River Day School as ‘The Place’ to hone their acting, singing, and performing skills. And this is just the way Tyler Capa wants it. He’s here to develop, encourage and support each performer and crew member who steps on his stage.