State of the School 2024

Thank you so much for joining us at our 5th Annual State of the School address. Being surrounded by students, faculty and alumni who embody Milken’s mission inspires me every day. I know that each of the priorities I shared from our Strategic Vision - Talent, Transformation, Experience, Impact and Innovation - are at the heart of what we are doing today at Milken, and will help propel our school to even greater heights in the future!
-Dr. Sarah Shulkind, Head of School



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List of 7 items.

  • Welcome to State of the School

    National Anthems
    Kol Echad

    Dr. Sarah Shulkind, Head of School, Opening Remarks

    Video Presentation: The School We Build Today

    Prayer for the State of Israel
    Aidan Aframian '28

    Oseh Shalom led by Grade 6 & Middle School musical students
  • Talent

    The Architecture of Creativity
    Justin Kang, Visual Arts Teacher
    Josh Soroudi '24

    Storytellers Poetry Reading
    "This is a Letter" by Stella Hersch '28
  • Experience

    More than a School: The Milken Community
  • Impact

    Alumni on Campus
  • Innovation

    Alumni Internships

    Scholars in Residence Live Interview 
    Dr. Leon Alkalai and Rabbi Ed Feinstein in conversation with Dr. Ellen Dooley, Social Science Instructional Leader
  • Transformation

    The Leading Edge of Jewish Education

    Campus Expansion
  • Closing

    Musical Performance: Mamma Mia!
    Abigail Goldstein ‘27, Ali Silverstein ‘25, Ari Fridman ‘25, Bella Winn ’25, Bruno Wolf ‘25, Devon Goldberg ’24, Ella Lax ‘26, Eytan Zakai ’25, Itai Karidi ‘27, Jaden Schwartz ’24, James Greer ‘24, Julia Nahmod ‘24, Leah Morchy ’25, Lexi Steiner ‘27, Madi Frank ‘27, Mason Hill ’25, Meira Farkas ’26, Noa Gispan ‘25, Norah Soormaghen ’26, Orly Ballas ‘26, Parker Gruenbaum ‘25, Reid Chariton ‘26, Sawyer White ’24, Shira Abouaf ‘25, Stella Dolkart ‘24

At Milken Community School, we think education is more than what you know. Our School, founded on Jewish values, is about who our children can become and how they can help others become who they might be. Because the world our children will create tomorrow is born in the School we build today, our mission is to educate our children so they can surpass us.
Non-discrimination Policy: Milken Community School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation or national and ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admission policies, financial aid, athletic, and other school-administered programs.