2017 was a huge year for Mount Sinai College with the launch of the Masterplan and the College’s largest ever Capital Appeal. College leadership is on a journey to ensure that we are equipped with the best learning facilities to teach and inspire our students to be prepared for the 21st century.
Having participated in the early years of the College as a board member (Ian) and a pupil (Ben) we truly understand that membership to the Mount Sinai family is lifelong. Our Appeal theme was to honour tradition and embrace change - something that epitomises Mount Sinai College.
As an Apple Distinguished School, Mount Sinai College takes its place amongst 400 schools worldwide with this designation – a real testament to the integration of technology into the College. Educators from other schools often visit Mount Sinai to see what best practice in iPad integration looks like – they come to learn from us and value the opportunity to do so. Whilst our technology is second to none, it is now time for our physical facilities to keep pace with the progress of our technology to deliver the future needs of our students.
However all the techonology and innovation will not change the essence of Mount Sinai College that honours our traditions - producing students that embrace and are proud of their Jewish heritage. Students that continue to seek involvement in our community and lead in this area.
From a school that was brone from an initial $10,000 loan and a modest investment by the community in 1981, it has now educated over 1300 studetns and delivered exceptional scholastic, Jewish , communal and financial returns to our community for over 36 years.
We take this opportunity to thank everyone inovlved in our 2017 Appeal. The success belongs to everyone..
Ian and Ben Levi
Mount Sinai College 2017 Capital Appeal