Alexander Muss High School
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The Alexander Muss High School (AMHSI), is a non-denominational, U.S accredited - semester-abroad academic program, offering all general studies requirements and college credits through the University of Miami Israel. It is situated in Hod HaSharon, 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. The school has an average enrollment of 1200 students. With four dormitories, and a mini-dorm, AMHSI is a college prep program for international High School students. Having merged with Jewish National Fund (JNF) USA in 2013, AMHSI-JNF has begun its global expansion for all High School students.