Ahad HaAm High School

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Ahad HaAm High School, located in Petah Tikva, Israel is named after Asher Zvi Hirsch Ginsberg, primarily known by his Hebrew name and pen name, Ahad HaAm, (Hebrew: אחד העם‎‎, lit. one of the people, Genesis 26:10).

The high school won the National Education Award for 2010 from the Israeli Ministry of Education in recognition of its excellence in education and outstanding matriculation rate – 95.32%.[1]

The high school campus also houses the Open University's Petah Tikva College.

It is being currently led by principal Anat Arnon.

In 2015–2016, students from the school placed in the World Scholar's Cup.

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Coordinates: 32°06′00″N 34°52′19″E / 32.100072°N 34.871954°E / 32.100072; 34.871954