JHSC Seniors Look Toward the Future

by David Giver
JHSC Administrative Associate

Three Jewish High School of Connecticut students, Natalie Shclover, Samuel Terr, and Matt Zweibel, all of Stamford, will be attending UConn. Senior Class President Natalie Shclover has been accepted into the school’s Honors Program.

Senior Danny Goldblum, of Stamford, has committed to Washington University in St. Louis to study Biomedical Engineering, senior Julia Arnowitz, of Wilton, has committed to Ursinus College in Pennsylvania for Psychology, and senior Emily Sklar, also of Wilton, will be attending UC Davis, and studying Business. While most of the class is heading directly to university, seniors Gabriella Lieberman and Jensen Greif, both of Stamford, are spending a gap year in Israel before heading to school. Jensen will be participating in an art and dance program in Israel, while Gabriella will be going to Midreshet Torah V’Avodah.


The Jewish High School of Connecticut is proud to announce the winners of the inaugural JHSC NCSY Summer Program Scholarships. Amelia Chapman was the top female student and Bryan Weisz and Ben Marcus will be splitting the prize for the top male student.


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