Mossensohn Youth Village

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The Mossensohn Youth Village is a youth village in Hod HaSharon, Israel. It also runs special programs for Jewish high school students from overseas, under the name Alexander Muss High School.

The youth village was named after Ben Zion Mossensohn, a teacher, public figure and one of the founders of Tel Aviv.

Alexander Muss High School is a non-denominational, 8-week, English-language high school that offers college credits for Jewish American students looking to explore Israel. The curriculum is built around on-site learning at the actual historical sites. The school was founded in 1972 by Rabbi Morris Kipper and the Greater Miami Jewish Federation.[1] The school has an enrollment of 800 students. Three dormitories are being built for a new resident program at the Eshel HaNasi youth village in the northern Negev.[2]

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Coordinates: 32°9′21.52″N 34°53′59.12″E / 32.1559778°N 34.8997556°E / 32.1559778; 34.8997556