Maimonides School’s new logo -- a dual arch that merges as it approaches the horizon -- is a rendition of the school’s unique combination of foundation and vision.
The logo was introduced at the start of the annual Yom Chesed community service event on Sunday, Dec. 4.
“We wanted to share this new logo with you first,” said Head of School Naty Katz to an assembly of Yom Chesed volunteers. “Today, a day when we all come together as one school to serve our community’s needs embodies so beautifully our values.”
Mr. Katz noted that as the school approaches its 80th anniversary, “the focus is not only about the richness of our heritage but also the promise of possibilities. That exciting future is symbolized by the school’s new logo.”
He acknowledged that arches are the architectural motif of the buildings on Saval Campus. “But they also represent the school’s foundation in both Judaic and general studies.”
That combination, he said, “evokes encountering the modern world and its dynamic educational challenges and rewards, while always rooted in the eternal truth of Torah.”
The new logo – the fourth in the school’s history – is gradually being incorporated on the website, publications and promotional material, and communications.