While many of us have been enjoying the summer relaxing and recharging, the SRDS faculty has been hard at work attending conferences and informal learning opportunities in their respective academic fields.
For the conclusion of their history class, eighth grade students debated the pro or con side regarding American foreign policy leading up to WWII.
This is a second post of the third installment on the founding of Saddle River Day School as told by Mrs. Diane Alford, wife of John C. Alford, Founder of Saddle River Day School. Mr. Alford passed away on January 23, 2016 at the age of 93. Her account is dedicated to his memory.
Inspired by the SRDS Gala theme of "going green" 7th and 8th grade classes explored the topic of sustainability as part of their end of year coursework.
Congratulations to Michelle Sidor who was honored as the 2018 "Female Athlete of the Year."
Through the efforts of many, the first
STEAM Expo was launched with resounding success.
Sean McKay is graduating from Fordham College at Rose Hill, but he will be celebrating in Rio de Janeiro, where he is studying Portuguese on a Boren Scholarship.
Michaela McMahon will grab the attention for scoring the overtime goal that lifted Saddle River Day to the North 1, Group 1 championship on Friday afternoon.
Goalie Bella Garabo, however, was the reason that McMahon and the second-seeded Rebels were even in a position to pull off a stunning 6-5, overtime victory.
A WWII veteran and one of the last living concentration camp liberators, Alan Moskin gave a riveting presentation about his experiences.
Juniors Stephen Savas, Sam Pitchkhadze and Ben Herman head up the inaugural FBLA Club @ SRDS.
Upper School students in the Graphic Arts program embarked on a field trip to a leading animation company to see concepts taught in the classroom come to life.
At SRDS, the STEAM (Science/Technology/Engineering/Arts/Math) curriculum is alive and well!
Sabrina instantly realized how a place like SRDS valued the importance of strong academic and real-world preparation through teachers that showed a deep committment to the success of their students.
Saddle River Day got off to a hot start and never looked back.
Twenty parents, alumni and friends visited the campus to meet with Upper School students and share about their professions.
AP Macroeconomics students collaborated with the Videography class to produce an SRDS version of "Shark Tank."
SRDS defeated Pascack Valley, 60-55 to 3-peat in the Bergen County Championship game on Feb. 18th before a sold out house.
The Upper School Jazz Ensemble and Rebel Tones Choir performed at the prestigious Berklee High School Jazz Festival in Boston.
Ruthie Sitver '15 will represent the University of St. Andrews as she travels to Sydney, Australia to study Health Sciences at Macquarie University in the Neurology Department.
Junior Michelle Sidor scored her 2,000th point and Senior Sydney Watkins her 1,000th last Saturday as the Rebels defeated Holy Angels, 81-32.
Susanna Bobbs won the Summit (NJ) Symphony Young Artists Competition, and will perform the Brück Violin Concerto with the Symphony on
Sunday, May 20.
Five Upper School performers competed at the NJ Thespian Festival.
The Lady Rebels are riding high as they enter Bergen County playoffs on Jan. 27th.
Richard Oliver, Class of 2012 updates us on his current status.
The Newtown Nighthawks hosted the sixth annual benefit games in Newtown, CT.
Michael Pasenchuk, 6th Grade wins the first ever Saddle River Day School National Geographic Bee.
"With apologies to football, Sidor is North Jersey’s most coveted athlete at the moment," says article in The Bergen Record.
After graduating from Tufts University in 2015 with a degree in Quantitative Economics, Zach was accepted into a leadership program at State Street Corporation.
The SRDS boys basketball teams sponsored a toy drive during the month of December.