Israel Sci-Tech Schools focuses on two core priorities:
Israel Sci-Tech Schools’ curriculum is rich in cutting-edge, digital age content and hands-on learning. Our aim is to prepare our students for the ever-expanding era of technology, high-tech, biotechnology and science.
This dynamic learning process takes our students beyond the four walls of the classroom thanks to our fantastic partners, from Google to Elbit, and from Biosense Webster to the IDF.
We also export our curricula and training to the United States, Russia and Africa. Here are just some of our innovative educational models.
A full education is one that equips our students with vocational skills as developing them into caring, involved adults, respectful of human dignity, tolerant of difference and generous of heart.
That is why we have this tremendous social values, volunteering and leadership program, OR-TOV (‘a light for the good’), which engages thousands of students and teachers who contribute in many ways to their own schools and to their local community.
The social issues that top the Israeli public agenda are our driving force: social responsibility and contributing to the community, living together, strengthening inter-generational ties, raising environmental awareness and sustainability, and more.
Connected Generations: Our young tutors teach Holocaust survivors to use the Internet and write their own stories.
Sunflowers: Teenage students visit children and adolescents in hospitals to tutor and occupy them.
Eye2Israel: In partnership with the Minister of Foreign Affairs, our 500 dedicated young reporters reach thousands worldwide.
Roots of Israel – Jewish Heritage Education: Thousands of Jewish students learn about the “Jewish Bookshelf” and their rich culture and history.
Morashot – Arab Heritage Education teaches Muslim and Druze students to value their culture and heritage.