1925 – 1927
• Mizrachi Women of America (MWOA) founded at the Cleveland Mizrachi Convention under the leadership of Bessie Gotsfeld, z”l.
• MWOA purchases first piece of land in Jerusalem.
1933 – 1934
• Beit Zeirot Mizrachi (BZM), the first vocational high school for girls in Palestine, opens in Jerusalem.
• Religious Zionist leader and head of the Mizrachi World Movement Rav Meir Bar-Ilan endorses MWOA and calls upon the entire Orthodox community to support the organization’s “holy work.”
• Nechama Leibowitz is hired in BZM, Jerusalem.
• MWOA gains its autonomy from the Men’s Mizrachi Organization.
• Beit Zeirot Mizrachi opens, Tel Aviv
1943 – 1944
• Motza Children’s Home, a haven for children who escaped Eastern Europe via Teheran on foot, opens, Jerusalem.
• Mosad Aliyah Children’s Village for Holocaust refugees opens, Petach Tikva.
1946 – 1949
• Children’s Home for Youth Aliyah opens, Bnei Brak.
• Kfar Batya, the Bessie Gotsfeld Children’s Village and Farm School, opens in Ra’anana.
• Jewish Settlement House and Youth Center opens, Jerusalem.
1951 – 1953
• Beit Hayeled Children’s Home opens, Techiya.
• Bar Ilan Memorial High School Vocational Center opens, Kfar Batya.
• Rosa and Max Gold Infirmary is dedicated, Kfar Batya.
• Eichler Library is dedicated in BZM, Jerusalem.
• Esther and David Shapiro High School opens in BZM, Jerusalem.
• Beit Hayeled moves from Techiya to Bnei Brak.
• Goldie Kraushar Synagogue is dedicated, Kfar Batya.
• Infirmary opens, Mosad Aliyah.
1955 – 1959
• First Ethiopian students arrive at Kfar Batya.
• Bessie Gotsfeld Forest is dedicated, Jerusalem.
• Dormitory and Beit Hanoar are dedicated, Mosad Aliyah.
• Wurzweiler School and laboratories are dedicated, Mosad Aliyah.
• Community Center opens, Haifa.
• The Joseph Zev and Miriam Bracha Schreiber Synagogue is dedicated, Mosad Aliyah.
• The Morris Bienenfeld Library is dedicated, Kfar Batya.
1960 – 1963
• Beit Hayeled moves from Bnei Brak to Jerusalem.
• Bessie Gotsfeld, founder of MWOA, passes away.
• Vocational High School for Girls opens; Beersheva Mizrachi Women’s Forest is dedicated.
1965 – 1967
• Allen Cultural Center and agro-vocational center opens, Kfar Batya.
• The Yetty and Solomon Silberberg Seminary opens.
• Mosad Aliyah Medical technology labs open in BZM, Jerusalem, and BZM, Tel Aviv.
• MWOA Film, “The Scrolls of Leeuwarden,” wins the U.S. government Cine Award.
1970 – 1974
• Mary Schreiber Library is dedicated, Mosad Aliyah.
• Teachers Seminary opens in Beersheva.
• Oscar and Regina Gruss Comprehensive High School opens in Kfar Batya
• MWOA changes its name to American Mizrachi Women (AMW).
• 103 students and 4 teachers from MWOA High School in Tzfat are taken hostage by terrorists. 22 students, 3 teachers, and an IDF soldier are killed.
1975 – 1979
• BZM, Tel Aviv, is renamed Julia Eisenberg Comprehensive High School.
• Computer courses begin at BZM, Jerusalem.
• Gush Dan Religious Technological High School opens on Bar Ilan University Campus.
• Lucy Bohm Shay Gymnasium is dedicated, Kfar Batya.
1980 – 1983
• Mosad Aliyah expands and is renamed Kfar Hanoar Aliyah.
• Gruss Agricultural and Technological High School opens, Kfar Batya.
• The Ministry of Education designates AMW as the official reshet (network) for religious secondary technological education.
• Rehovot Religious Comprehensive High School joins the reshet.
• Kiryat Ata Technological High School joins the reshet.
• AMW changes its name to AMIT (Americans for Israel and Torah).
• AMIT Albert M. and Francis Frisch Beit Hayeled opens, Gilo.
1985 – 1989
• AMIT High School in Tzfat is dedicated to the memory of the 22 students murdered in Maalot in 1974.
• High schools in Azata, Beit Shemesh, Lod/Ramle and Tzfat open.
• Gould High School dedicated, Rehovot.
• Mosad Aliyah is rededicated as Kfar Blatt Youth Village and Mishpachton.
• Molly Golub Educational Center is dedicated, Kfar Batya.
• Daisy Berman Yeshiva Junior and Senior High School dedicated, Beersheva.
1990 – 1994
• SCUD missiles damage several AMIT schools.
• Religious High School for Torah, Science and Technology opens, Haifa.
• Yeshiva High School, a pre-army yeshiva, opens.
• Mishpachton, opens in Dimona.
• Ginsburg Bar Ilan Gush Dan Junior and Senior High School dedicated, Givat Shmuel.
• Dror Silberstein Elementary School dedicated, Jerusalem.
• Mishpachton for teenagers from troubled homes is completed
, Kfar Blatt.
1995 – 1999
• Silberman Holocaust Studies Center is dedicated at the AMIT David Silberman High School in Jerusalem (formerly BZM, Jerusalem).
• Yeshiva of the Arts opens in Tzfat.
• Dror Bellows Junior and Senior High School dedicated, Jerusalem.
• Bienenfeld Hevruta Yeshiva and Kollel opens, Kfar Batya.
• 7 AMIT Beit Shemesh girls are killed by a Jordanian soldier.
• Kfar Batya celebrates its 50th Anniversary.
• AMIT assumes responsibility for the entire religious education system in Hatzor.
• 5 technological high schools join the network.
• Gwen Straus Technological High School opens, Kfar Batya.
• AMIT assumes responsibility for all religious education in Beersheva and Sderot.
• Kfar Batya’s synagogue is rededicated as the Krashaur/Seif Synagogue.
• Yeshiva High School opens, Kfar Batya.
2001 – 2004
• AMIT Irving I. and Beatrice Stone School for Developmentally Challenged Youth opens, Nechalim.
• AMIT assumes responsibility for all religious education in Ma’ale Adumim.
• AMIT adds track in Sderot Hesder Yeshiva for non-yeshiva graduates.
• AMIT student, Moran Gomri, wins the 40th International Bible Quiz.
• Israel Ministry of Education honors 4 teachers at AMIT High School for Girls in Haifa.
• AMIT graduate, Hadas Malada, becomes Israel’s first Ethiopian immigrant to receive an academic deferment from the IDF to attend medical school.
• AMIT Sderot Senior High School receives Religious Education Prize.
• 3 elementary schools in Beersheva join the reshet.
• Elaine Silver Technological High School is dedicated, Beersheva.
• Evelyn Schreiber Ulpana is dedicated, Tzfat.
• AMIT Harry and Bina Appleman Comprehensive High School in Beersheva and AMIT Gould High School in Rehovot are ranked among the top 10 high schools in Israel.
2005 – 2009
• Project 80 launched. Its goal is to ensure that 80 percent of all AMIT students leave high school with a full Bagrut diploma.
• Midreshet AMIT opens at Beit Hayeled in Jerusalem.
• Ninety percent of high school students in Sderot pass their winter Bagrut exams, despite near constant Kassam rocket attacks.
• AMIT raises funds for schools in Sderot, Ashkelon and Beersheva as war starts in Gaza.
• AMIT Gush Dan students Yedid Agavi and Shahar Gvirtz win first place in the Israel Intel Science Competition and represent Israel at the International Intel Engineering and Science Fair in Reno, Nevada.
• AMIT Future Leaders Initiative (ages 18-30) founded.
2010 – Present
• AMIT’s 85th anniversary marked in special meeting of the Education Committee of the Knesset.
• Elhanan Bloch, a student at Yeshivat AMIT B’levav Shalem in Yerucham, wins the 49th International Bible Quiz, Jerusalem, 2012.
• AMIT Awarded Jerusalem Prize, 2013.
• 80% of AMIT graduates are now completing high school with a full Bagrut diploma, as compared to 62% of all Jewish students in Israel.