AMHSI completely changed my life. It was my first real experience with Israel and Judaism. It really resonated with me and made me proud to be Jewish and of where I come from.
Study abroad in Israel
Alexander Muss High School in Israel offers 6-week, 8-week and full 18-week semester programs throughout each year. Choose the one that’s right for you!
In addition to 2018 sessions, applications are now open for our 2019 sessions. With a $500 deposit, you can lock in 2018 tuition rates today, plus you will be eligible for the early bird discount as well! Don’t miss this opportunity. Apply now, before the rates change!
We offer General Studies classes at many levels, including AP courses and exams, taught by experienced and expert faculty. Our team works directly with your high school guidance counsellor. You won’t miss a beat!
Use the Land as Your Classroom
Study on the go with our experiential Israel Studies Curriculum, spanning 4,000+ years of Jewish and Israeli history, learning at the sites where events took place. Plus, you can earn college credit!
Scholarship & Financial Aid
Our recruitment team is ready to help your family find the right resources to ensure that no financial barriers will prevent you from attending AMHSI-JNF. Contact us
AMHSI-JNF alumni have gone on to attend top universities including Brandeis University, Brown University, Columbia University, Harvard University, Johns Hopkins University, New York University, Princeton University, University of California Berkeley, University of California Los Angeles, University of Michigan, University of Pennsylvania, Yale University.
Why hesitate? Where else would you be able to do such a program? This is a life-changing experience that you can’t do anywhere else on Earth.
Asher Zlotnik, Spring 2007
My journey at AMHSI has been an experience that I will never forget. I have made new friends, seen new places and learned new things that I will carry with me for the rest of my life.
Shlomi Efergan, Fall 2014
Because of AMHSI, I am forever changed as a friend, a student, a world citizen, and a Jew.
Isabel Glass, February 2014