Na'ale

Hundreds of high school students from across the world are currently studying towards matriculation in Israel in this free program

Na'ale: also called Elite Academy, allows 9th -12th grade students to complete high school tuition-free in Israel, leading to an Israeli matriculation diploma.
Teenagers from communities all over the Jewish world have the opportunity to finish their schooling in the homeland. They will learn Hebrew, build life-long friendships with peers from the world over, and develop a lasting relationship with the land through fun and educational trips and cultural activities.    

Na'ale includes room and board, Health Insurance, a monthly stipend, extracurricular activities, host families, and other support services.

The program was founded in 1992, and since has provided world-class Jewish and Zionist education to over 16,000 motivated Jewish teenagers from around the world. As of today, Na'ale had students from more than 40 different countries. The largest contingents were from the FSU, the United States, Canada, France, Germany, Brazil, Argentina and Mexico. 

Na'ale currently includes more than 25 participating high schools - both religious and secular - all over the country.

For more information: www.elite-academy.org

 

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