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Schools for Youth At Risk

Through innovative dialogue and project-based learning, our award-winning high schools, boarding schools, and pre-military academy empower children from troubled backgrounds and for whom traditional schools are not effective. Teachers work around the clock with families, psychologists, and social workers to turn lives around.

 

With schools in: Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, Haifa, Kiryat Ata, Ravid, Eshbal, Ramleh, Karmiel, and Mitzpeh Ramon, we reach over 1,100 students yearly.

Taking Kids from Helpless to Helpful

OUR SCHOOLS INCLUDE

Dror Galil Professional School

Vocational school focused on engineering, technology and eco-agriculture

Eshbal Youth Society

Boarding school, for the most disadvantaged students

Mitzpheh Ramon Youth Society

Boarding school, focused on social activism and volunteerism

Iftach, Pre-Army Program

Focused on entrepreneurship and leadership training to prepare for the Army

HaTichon HaChevrati High School

Focused on social skills and named "Best School" by ministry of education

Dror Ramle High School

For bedouin boys

Dov Hoz High School

Focused on social skills, audio technology, logistics, photography

Karmiel Man Society and Nature High School

Focused on social skills, dog training, agriculture, horse care and riding

Choshen High School

Focused on social skills, audio technology, cooking, makeup, photography

Chevrati Haifa High School

Focused on social skills, new nedia, marine ecology

Dror Schools Outscore National Average in Ministry of Education Studies

Karmiel

Dror School

National Average

Staff Development

89

45

Innovative Pedagogy

79

52

School encourages social involvement

77

45

Teachers care about my life

78

38

Kiryat Ata

School encourages me to be a leader

84

75

Teachers care about my life

84

43

Dror Iftach Pre-Military Drives Social Commitment

>    94% of graduates see great importance in being socially active

>    84% say it is important to succeed in the army

>    70% strongly believe they can be a role model to others

     (Source: The Henrietta Szold Institute Study 2015-2018) 

“Our students may have failed in regular schools. We show them school is a place to succeed. They don’t have to be victims, they can be responsible leaders instead.”

 

Keren Baranes, Hachevrati Kiryat Ata High School

 
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