Thinking about Israel travel this summer? Check out Alexander Muss! Join us at an upcoming virtual information session—meet local alumni and representatives. Receive a tuition discount if you register within a week of the info session. We will discuss the following program options that we are offering this summer:
The AMHSI signature academic program for teens entering 11th and 12th grade. Participants learn over 4,000 years of history while traveling throughout the beautiful land of Israel and living on campus in our college-style dorms.
Our newest six-week summer program offers an adventure through the land of Israel, combining travel and an in-depth, choice-based learning experience through one of three unique chugim (electives): arts & culture, entrepreneurship and Israel, the ”start-up nation” and the outdoor experience, and orienteering and army. Participants will live on campus in our college-style dorms and travel during the week, focusing on their chosen chug, seeing historical sites and attending specially designed events. There are no high school credits given for this program. Open to teens entering 11th and 12th grade.
Four-week service-learning program offering a hands-on, community service-based experience. This is a travel program, spending one week each in the north, south and middle of the country, participating in community service projects, seeing key historical sites and participating in special events. Teens receive 40-plus community service hours for this experience. Open to incoming 9th-12th graders.
In this time of COVID-19, please be assured that we are very serious about keeping our campus, students and staff healthy and are following all rules and regulations put forth by the Israeli Ministry of Health.
For more information, please contact Dana Gerbie Klein at firstname.lastname@example.org or 617-423-0999 ext. 484.+ More... - Less...
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