Join Posnack School’s Award-Winning
Performing Arts Team
The David Posnack Jewish Day School Cappie-award-winning Theater Department offers many exciting opportunities for both middle and high school students in the dramatic arts. Drama is the perfect complement to academic work. Through acting classes, theater activities, and dramatic productions, students build confidence and become more verstaile as learners. Acting classes are available for all upper school students.
The Middle and High School drama programs produce one full-scale musical production each during the school year. Students work on all aspects of production, as well as acting techniques, improvisation, and character development.
The Paul & Maggie Fischer High School also participates in district and state thespian competitions. Posnack holds many superior and critic’s choice performance awards from its many years competing.
Fundamental to Judaism is the idea of the existence of one, non-physical God of the universe. How, then, does God relate to a place and what does it mean?
Mazel tov to the Posnack School team behind the Medicine Machine a Best Business Plan Award at the 5th Annual CIJE Tank. Click for details.
Is Judaism sexist? Let’s look at the facts. Right out of the box, every other major faith traces their beginnings to one single individual, invariably a male. Then, it proclaims that all people, male and female, were “created in the image of God” with the same inherent value.