SDJA ‘lifers’ on to next chapter

There were 38 graduates in the Class of 2009 who attended the San Diego Jewish Academy for their entire school careers, beginning in kindergarten. In the top row, from left to right: Hunter Spiegel, Michelle Efter, Kevin Sherman and Sam Dosick; bottom row: Ronit Hakakha, Micah Frank, Gabrielle (Gaby) Maio, Jaclyn Gaylis and Sarah Abelsohn.

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  4. Basketball split, SDJA girls win, boys lose
  5. SDJA open house Feb. 4

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