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Israel Studies & College Credit

Your Future Starts Here


Our signature Israel Studies Curriculum is an engaging review of 4,000+ years of Jewish and Israeli history, moving in a linear, chronological fashion from pre-biblical times to the modern Israel period. This course load is equivalent to two-three high school classes.


Study on the go. With AMHSI-JNF’s experiential approach to teaching/learning, Israel becomes a living classroom.


Take home extra credit! Many high schools allow the grade earned for our Israel Studies Curriculum to count towards Social Studies, English, Physical Education, and other subjects.


Earn college credit. Students who successfully complete our curriculum are eligible to receive up to six transferable college credits.

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Israel Studies Curriculum

The Land As The Classroom

Our signature Israel Studies curriculum takes you on a 4000+ year chronological historical journey, from the Middle Bronze Age through the modern Middle East. The key to this program is using Israel as a living classroom. Our Israel Studies teachers utilize the unique historical, geographic and human resources of Israel to help students understand the people of Israel in their land and the Jewish Diaspora in the context of Western Civilization.

More Than Just a Teacher

Israel Studies Instructors

“Family” …”Magical” …”So much more than just a teacher.” These are the kinds of phrases used to describe our Israel Studies instructors. Many of them have been teaching in this program for decades. They will inspire you. They will challenge you. They will teach you our curriculum and then some. Our students stay in touch with their Israel Studies teachers, in some cases for the rest of their lives.

College Credit

From University of Miami

Earn up to six credits from the University of Miami with our Israel Studies curriculum. We have a partnership with The Sue and Leonard Miller Center for Contemporary Judaic Studies, allowing eligible students to stay ahead of the crowd by earning these transferable college credits.