High Schools

All in the Family

All in the Family OTS high schools recognized for outstanding achievements in film and communications Being recognized for one’s achievements, talents and hard work is a wonderful feeling, and it’s even more wonderful when family members can celebrate together.  That’s

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Neveh Shmuel Ranked in Top 20 High Schools in Israel

Neveh Shmuel Ranked in Top 20 High Schools in Israel Each year, the Madlan Education Index publishes “The Top 20 High Schools in Israel” list, based on statistics from the Education Ministry combined with each schools’ location  and atmosphere. This

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Yariv Oppenheimer speaks at Derech Avot

Yariv Oppenheimer visits OTS Derech Avot

Yariv Oppenheimer: “I fear for what will happen if we hand over Hebron.” Former Peace Now director in a conversation with Rabbi Chaim Navon Raphael Levy | November 10, 2019 OTS Derech Avot Boys’ High School in Efrat hosted a

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Education by Design

Education by Design A new art project led a metamorphosis at OTS’ Derech Avot High School for Boys from blank white walls to a palette of educational stories, facts and values. “School buildings should transmit learning everywhere,” says arts coordinator

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Neveh Channah girls making mosaic

Restoring the Service to the “Dvir” 

Restoring the Service to the “Dvir”  Students at OTS’s Neveh Channah High School for Girls, in memory of Anna Ehrman, exhibited increased social involvement in light of security events that occurred recently in the Gush Etzion area. After making cookies

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OTS Schools in Top List for Values, Excellence

We are delighted that two of OTS’s high schools have merited inclusion in Israel’s Outstanding Secondary Schools list, published by the Ministry of Education: the Jennie Sapirstein High School for Girls in Ramot, Jerusalem; and Oriya High School for Girls

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