22 October 2018 - 14 Heshvan 5779 - י"ד חשון ה' אלפים תשע"ט
Carmel School Association celebrates Elsa High School’s fifth graduation – class of 2017 E-mail
On 18 May, Carmel’s Elsa High School celebrated its fifth Grade 12 Graduation. High School and Carmel Elementary Grade 4 and 5 students were joined by Ohel Leah Synagogue Trustees, current and former Board members, parents, community stakeholders and Carmel alumni in this celebratory Silver Anniversary year for Carmel School.

The Elsa High Graduating Class of 2017 comprises Joanna Gershon, Ariella Levy, George Li, Simon Lin, Avraham Meoded, Varun Pathak, Natalie Shem Tov, Saar Shtoser and Edward Tham.

Kyle Ford, Elsa’s Director of Arts & Design Studies and Head of College Counselling, was MC, establishing a warm and welcoming tone for the proceedings.

First up was Natalie Shem Tov, who delivered a Dvar Torah and reflected on her time at Elsa. Following this, Chairman of the Carmel Board Shay Razon and special guest and Israeli TV news anchor Lital Shemesh shared inspiring thoughts about overcoming adversity and making the most out of life’s adventures. In Lital’s words, “I will always be a warrior.”

Some of the cast of Elsa High School’s upcoming production of the musical Fiddler on the Roof performed the song Sunrise, Sunset, drawing an emotional reaction from many in the audience. Three other graduates, Varun Pathak, Ariella Levy and Joanna Gershon, gave moving and entertaining speeches about their time at both Carmel Elementary and Elsa High School.
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