Mossensohn Youth Village

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The Mossensohn Youth Village is a youth village in Hod HaSharon, Israel. The youth village was named after Ben Zion Mossensohn, a teacher, public figure and one of the founders of Tel Aviv.

Separate from the Mossensohn high school program, the Youth Village includes The Alexander Muss High School (AMHSI), a non-denominational, U.S accredited - semester-abroad academic program, offering all general studies requirements and college credits through the University of Miami 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 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. [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