Alexander Muss Institute for Israel Education

Published: 
2008

Source: Alexander Muss Institute for Israel

 

The Alexander Muss Institute for Israel Education has been conducting high school programs in Israel for North American Jewish students since 1972. Over 19,000 AMIIE alumni have experienced the excitement and the challenge of study, travel and social growth in Israel. AMIE offers programs for individual students, day and community schools as well as for adults on its Hod Hasharon campus.

 

AMIIE 's main offering, The Alexander Muss High School in Israel, is a non-denominational, pluralistic eight week English language program for high school juniors and seniors. A unique Israel based Jewish history program is combined with standard high school courses taught by passionate experienced teachers and counselors for five sessions every year.

 

AIME also offers custom-designed programs for day schools, working creatively with each day school to create a program to suit each school’s diverse needs integrated with AMIIE's exclusive educational programs.

 

A new four week Hi-Tech Computer & Adventure Summer Program will be offered in June, 2009 for high school students entering freshman or sophomore year. The Israeli Youth Computer Movement, will teach computing technologies in an environment of innovation, creation, and start-up thinking, all while discovering the beauty and history of Israel.

 

SIACH is AMIIE's newest offering, a one-year Jerusalem based program for recent high school graduates. SIACH, provides an opportunity for students to explore the richness of classical and contemporary Jewish sources and the many dimensions of Israel and discover through discussion and dialogue the relevance of both to their lives.

Updated: Nov. 06, 2008
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