Did you know? At the age of 21 you’ll reach the moon!
Where education and high-tech meet is just a matter of time.
Initiative, imagination, inspiration and teamwork in diverse learning spaces
A place where digitization and technology are the name of the game
When did you manage to do something that you were convinced was impossible? At Onn, which is a school for students with cerebral palsy and complex disabilities, every day is a day of challenge, fulfillment and developing projects that benefit the entire community. One of them was designed in collaboration with the Shimon Peres High School for High-Tech and the Arts. The Cell Aviv project provides fascinating historical information and makes tourist itineraries in the city accessible to all population groups, and in particular persons with a vision impairment, hearing impairment, ADHD or other disorders. Here is a link to the project’s itineraries:
What do molecular cooking, astronomy and space exploration have in common? You’ll find the connection between those different worlds at Hemda – Center for Science Education. The Center caters to teenagers from across the city. Together, they create designs and conduct experiments in state-of-the-art laboratories and in multipurpose learning spaces. They broaden their knowledge about a variety of subjects, including physics, chemistry, genetics, biotechnology, mathematical thinking, computer programming, which would not have been possible otherwise.
The next startup is here already!
To dance, play, talk, and do everything while programming. Students throughout the city receive first-rate technology education that combines hands-on experience in executing sophisticated technological tasks with social-oriented content. The emphasis is on teamwork and leadership development, coupled with success in the world of academia and the job market.
Solving problems and…having a good time as well! At Ajal School, all students are given an equal opportunity to try their hand at computer programming, design and creating something new in a wide variety of cultural and personal contexts and fields of interest. The aim is to underscore that high-tech and computer sciences can suit each and every student! They continue their learning experience in middle school and high school at Ironi “Zayin” High School – the Yafo Educational Campus and مدرسة يافا المستقبل الثانوية Al Mustaqbal High School-Yafo. We invite you to come and visit us, hear what the educational teams and principals who are spearheading the change have to say, and see the future generation of the high-tech nation in action!
Pelech High School, which accepts religious girls from the central part of Israel, is a place for high-achieving female students who want “to go far.” The school is open to innovation, ideas and technology and views personal computers as a learning tool that is just like any other. The teachers post their online lesson plans on a variety of platforms, including lessons filmed in real time. We believe that almost anything is possible. We’ll be glad if you choose to be part of it and come and hear how changes in social and religious approaches can come about and grow new communities in the city.