San Diego Jewish Academy hopes to build on summer successes

San Diego Jewish Academy is gearing up for the new school year with 348 incoming upper school students, including 23 new students and 63 seniors. After school let out for summer, SDJA students continued to represent the school well.

Eighth-graders Ari Colton and Melissa Fagan wowed judges with their projects at the Greater San Diego Science and Engineering Fair. Both won first place in their divisions and represented SDJA at the State Science Fair in Los Angeles.

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