Events & Tours

We believe in a sense of place. At The Rashi School it’s our physical space, but it carries through to Rashi Online, our virtual learning environment.
Drive down the tree-lined road that brings you into Rashi’s bucolic campus, and you will feel how our learning environment weaves together spirituality, tranquility, and well-being. Our state-of-the-art building was built in 2010 as part of a multigenerational campus, with senior living community NewBridge on the Charles just a few yards away. Families fall in love with our beautiful 162-acre campus, located about 20 miles southwest of Boston (closer than you think!).


We would be pleased to host you at Rashi, either on campus or virtually. The Admissions Office offers in-person tours for one family at a time, ensuring a personalized experience that prioritizes your health and that of our community. Call us at 781-355-7317 or email to schedule your visit.

Events for Preschoolers

Is your child “Ready4Rashi”? If you’re looking for fun and educational programs for your preschooler, join us for an in-person event on Rashi’s playground. Caregivers and grandparents are welcome. Bring a friend!

Admissions Events

Rashi organizes a variety of admissions events throughout the year. Please see below for upcoming events, or contact us at

List of 6 events.

  • Jan

    Rashi Application Deadline

    Location: Rashi School
  • Feb

    Middle School Student Panel

    Interested to know what it's like to be a new student entering Middle School? Curious to get a glimpse into a day in the life of a Rashi student in Grades 6-8? We invite prospective families to join us and hear more about the Rashi Middle School experience directly from our students. Our five Middle School panelists will answer your questions and share their own experiences about what it means to be part of the Rashi community.
  • Feb

    Got Values?: A Jewish Approach to Digital Citizenship 

    Many independent K-8 schools have been teaching digital citizenship for years, with the understanding that a child's behavior on the internet is as important as in real life. But how do you take a digital citizenship curriculum to the next level, incorporating Jewish values and tenets? Julie Koven Levine, M.L.S., school librarian and media specialist at The Rashi School, will discuss how to frame digital citizenship lessons in a Jewish context and reinforce principles of community, respect, and kindness in elementary school-age students. Ms. Levine will also suggest books, websites and other tools that will be helpful as you guide your child's use of technology and the internet.

    Parents, educators and the general public are welcome to join us for this 40-minute Zoom presentation followed by a Q&A. Questions? Email
  • Mar

    Admissions Decision Day

    Location: All-Day Event
  • Mar
  • Apr

    Enrollment Deadline for New Families

    Location: All-Day Event
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Missed the virtual Open House for Kindergarten, Grades 1-5 or Middle School? No problem, check out the video and slides below.

Kindergarten Open House

Middle School (Grades 6-8) Open House

Grades 1-5 Open House