Monthly Archives: October 2018

Katherine Delmar Burke School, San Francisco, CA – October 26, 2018

by George J Elbaum In 1908 Katherine Delmar Burke founded her school to fill an obvious need: young women who wanted to be educated enough to attend college faced often-insurmountable barriers. More than 100 years later, her school (Burke’s) still has the … Continue reading

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University of San Francisco at JFCS, San Francisco, CA – October 25, 2018

by George J Elbaum Jewish Family and Children’s Services (JFCS) is a San Francisco Bay Area social services organization whose mission statement is “Serving individuals and families of all faiths and backgrounds, guided by the Jewish value of caring for those … Continue reading

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Central Catholic High School, Lawrence, MA – October 4, 2018 PM

by George J Elbaum Founded by the Marist Brothers in 1935, Central Catholic High School enrolls approximately 1,280 students from diverse backgrounds “to form a caring community of faith, learning, and service.” The school prepares its students for college which … Continue reading


Snowden International School, Boston, MA – October 4, 2018 AM

by George J Elbaum Snowden International School is a unique, open-enrollment public high school in Boston’s historic Copley Square.  With slightly under 500 students, it is a multicultural, multilingual college preparatory high school with a rigorous academic curriculum plus an … Continue reading

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