|Founded||17 August 1938|
|Founded by||Bnei Akiva and HaNoar HaTzioni movement members|
Beit Yehoshua (Hebrew: בֵּית יְהוֹשֻעַ, lit. House of Yehoshua) is a moshav in central Israel. Located in the coastal plain near Netanya, it falls under the jurisdiction of Hof HaSharon Regional Council. In 2006 it had a population of 784.
The village was established as a kibbutz on 17 August 1938 by garin of the Bnei Akiva and HaNoar HaTzioni movements as part of the tower and stockade settlement programme. According to the Jewish National Fund, the original settlers were orthodox and were engaged in intensive farming and citrus. It was named after Yehoshua Tahon (or Joshua Thon), a Galician Zionist leader.
In 1947 it had a population of about 150.
In 1950 it became a moshav shitufi, and later a moshav ovdim (a more common form of moshav.)
The Beit Yehoshua Railway Station is adjacent to the moshav.
- Jewish National Fund (1949). Jewish Villages in Israel. Jerusalem: Hamadpis Liphshitz Press. pp. 22–23.