Our students are encouraged to be active in chesed and community service both inside and outside of school. Each year, RTMA students organize and manage blood drives, clothing drives, and toy drives which have been tremendously successful.
The Segula Honor Program recognizes students whose inner goodness shines through and whose unique skills are not measurable in a classroom.
Although designees may be members of other honors programs, the Segula Program is not based on academic achievement. It recognizes the achievements of those special young men who excel by helping others and working for the good of the community, as well as demonstrating model citizenship and integrity.
To be awarded Segula status, a student must have an exemplary record and have completed 40 hours of school and/or community service for each year of his placement. Membership in the Honor Society is noted on a student's High School record for each year he is selected.
Anyone who will be eligible to be included in the RTMA Segula Society should submit his hours and contract to Rabbi Rich.
If you have any questions regarding the criteria for selection or if you require a Student Service Contract, please see Rabbi Rich.