RAMALLAH – The Evangelical Lutheran School of Hope in Ramallah’s Kindergarten Class of 2015 graduated on May 25th, 2015. The graduates sang songs, danced both traditionally and to “Let It Go” from Disney’s Frozen. Graduates also performed “The Boy Who Cried Wolf” in English. Mabrouk and congratulations to the graduates!
RAMALLAH – On Saturday, May 16th, 2015, the Class of 2015 of the Evangelical Lutheran School of Hope in Ramallah graduated at the Ramallah Cultural Palace. Mabrouk and congratulations to all of our graduates!
RAMALLAH – The Evangelical Lutheran School of Hope in Ramallah held elections for the 2014-2015 student council on Monday, September 20th. Students from grades 7 to 12 voted for a handful of student representatives and then gathered at the end of the day to watch the counting of the votes and wait for the results.
RAMALLAH/JERUSALEM, 26 May 2012 – With spinning bodies, whirling traditional costumes, and powerful leaps the more than 45 high school students that make up Al-Raja Folkloric Dance Troupe of the Evangelical Lutheran School of Hope in Ramallah wowed the packed audience during their 12 May performance. As living witnesses to the “hope” for which they … [Read more…]
JERUSALEM, May 20, 2011 – The al-Raja Folkloric Dance Troupe of the Evangelical Lutheran School of Hope in Ramallah soared to new heights with its performance last week. The more than 45 high school students come together after class to practice Dabke, the traditional dance of the Palestinian people, many hours per week during the … [Read more…]
To the right, students from the Evangelical Lutheran School of Hope in Ramallah gather around the new cornerstone laid by Rev. Dr. Munib A. Younan, Bishop of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Jordan and the Holy Land (ELCJHL); Dr. Salam Fayyad, Prime Minister of the Palestinian Authority; and Mr. Christian Berger, Representative of the European … [Read more…]
It’s graduation season at the ELCJHL schools. Talitha Kumi School and the Ramallah School of Hope held their graduations last weekend, and Beit Sahour and Dar al Kalima will hold theirs this coming weekend. There are also graduations at the kindergartens, including Al Mahaba on the Mt. of Olives. High school graduation ceremonies have many … [Read more…]
A recent publication for Palestinian children is the result of the teamwork of seven student editors in sixth grade from the Evangelical Lutheran School of Hope in Ramallah. Children from various schools in Palestine contributed articles, poems, stories, and art work for Al Raja al Sagheer, (The Little Hope), which may be one of the … [Read more…]
Al Raja Dance Troupe has made it from Chicago, through Nebraska, California, Texas, Minnesota and now Appleton, Wisconsin. They have performed in churches, auditoriums and even in the Alamo Dome, in front of 20,000 people, sharing their culture, dance and life with those they meet. They have introduced hundreds to Palestine and – more importantly, Palestinians. At … [Read more…]