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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-03-20

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, March 20, 1981

ZOA Hig h School An Important Year for Americans

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NEW YORK — Sharon is
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would love to have her
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forced by contacting all the
Mollie Goodnicks."
Joe, who went on to ob-
tain a BS and MS from the
University of Illinois and
became a research scientist
for Beatrice Foods, wanted
to hear "what's happening
to all the students since we
were together?"
Sanford, a medical-school
student wrote: "To this day,
I feel the most satisfying,
enriching and rewarding
experience of my life was
the year I spent at Mollie
Goodman Academic High
School in Israel."
Most became profes-
sionals; some went back
to Israel to study at uni-
versities. They all had
one thing in common.
They were graduates of
the Mollie Goodman
Academic High School in
Israel located on the
beautiful 520-acre Kfar
Silver campus near Tel
Aviv.
The school, founded by

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An exciting facet of the
program is the opportunity
to work at the Kfar Silver
agricultural farm and ani-
mal husbandry facilities. -
The year of studies at the
Mollie Goodman High
School is supervised by the
Israel Ministry of Educa-
tion with the cooperation of
the World Zionist
Organization-Department
of Education. Full course
credit is transferred to the
student's school in the U.S.
upon successful completion
of study.
Located just outside Ash-
kelon on the shores of the
Mediterranean and less
than 30 miles from Tel

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the Zionist Organization of
America in 1967, offers stu-
dents an experience in Is-
raeli living and a full year of
course credit accepted by
high schools in the U.S. The
alumni interviewed stated
that they enrolled in the
Mollie Goodman High
School to continue their
high school studies in Israel
where they could meet and
study with Israeli teena-
gers.
Because the Kfar Silver
campus has several techni-
cal high schools and an ag-
ricultural high school, there
is a student population of
more than 600 boys and
girls. The Americans have
an excellent opportunity to
meet the youth of Israel for
a rewarding experience.
They soon realize that they
are not tourists; they are
part of the country.
Sharon Rand of Cherry
Hill, N.J., said, "It's true
that you don't know people
until you've lived with
them. Our roommates were
Israeli girls and we ate and
studied together. We had all
our social activities to-
gether. We learned Hebrew
a lot faster this way; we had
no choice. We all wanted to
know the language, so we
could communicate with
our friends."
Of course, a year at, the
Mollie Goodman High
School concentrates on
the academic curriculum
offered in American sec-
ondary schools: science,
math, history, English
language and literature,
foreign language and
physical education.
Morever, the curriculum
includes Hebrew and
Judaic studies to deepen
the students' under-
standing of their cultural
heritage and strengthen
their commitment to Is-
rael and the Jewish
people.

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TEL AVIV (JTA) — The
Tel Aviv municipality is or-
ganizing a six-week mul-
timedia art, culture and
entertainment festival in
the streets, theaters and
cinemas this spring.
Among the attractions
will be the Warsaw Yiddish
Theater, the Frankfurt
Popular Theater, pop sin-
gers like Elton John and
film music composer Lalo
Schifrin.

The Zionist Organization of America's Kfar Silver
campus, home of the Mollie Goodman High School.

Aviv, the school provides
the ideal atmosphere for
study and recreation. • The
students share the beauty of
the entire Land of Israel.
On campus, there are
many extra-curricular
activities, including con-
certs, dances, sports and
club programs. All take
place on a campus, a stu-
dent's dream: Modern
dormitories, classrooms,
and labs, a medical clinic,
a synagogue and kosher
dining hall, an au-
ditorium, a fresh water
swimming pool, spacious
athletic fields, and other
sports facilities. Fea-
tured are tours and hikes,
field trips and camping
expeditions — experi-
ences that one never
forgets.
Students interested in
spending 10th, 11th, or 12th
grade at the Mollie Good-
man High School in Israel
may write to the Depart-
ment of High School Educa-
tion in Israel, Zionist
Organization of America,
Jacob & Libby Goodman
ZOA House, 4 E. 34th, St.,
New York, N.Y. 10016.

Registration is now un-
der way and scholarships
are available nationally
and through the Detroit dis-
trict of the Zionist Organ-
ization of America.

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