About 25 Holocaust survivors and World War II fighters participated in a Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Memorial Day) memorial ceremony held by the students of AMIT Karmiel Jr. and Sr. High School.
Students from AMIT Ulpana Lehava in Kedumim are participating in an innovative programming course that prepares them for the hi-tech world of tomorrow.
To mark World Autism Awareness Day earlier this month, more than 100 eleventh graders from AMIT Kfar Ganim embarked on a week-long field trip known as the Masa Yisraeli (Israel Journey), together with a class of students with special needs on the autism spectrum.
Seventy Seven Years after the Holocaust – An AMIT student with a Kippah and an Israeli Flag is Applauded on a European Podium
During Chol Hamoed Pesach, a youth wrestling tournament was held in the Netherlands, where young wrestlers from 20 countries from all over the world competed. After a long and difficult competition, Yaakov Petna, a 9th grade student at the AMIT Hammer Jr. and Sr. High School in Rehovot, won third place in his weight group (63 kg).
Minister of Education Naftali Bennett arrived on an unscheduled visit at AMIT Hammer high school in Rehovot and was pleased to discover that the school had transformed into a factory of chesed for the day.
Last week, AMIT Renanim High School for Girls hosted a special session of unity between religious and secular youth in Ra’anana. Religious students from AMIT Renanim and from the AMIT Gwen Straus Science High School for boys joined together with secular students from the Aviv High School in Ra’anana for a day of acquaintance and joint study.