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At Ankori, we put people before systems with a flexible, efficient organizational structure that can respond to change and adapt to diverse needs and environments. In 2019, Ankori schools were recognized as “unique schools” by the Ministry of Education. Our pedagogic model is called “individual response in a changing reality.”

The Ankori model answers the need for flexible education systems that can tailor themselves to a changing reality. The small size of our schools allows us to see each and every pupil and teacher. We foster trust-based relationships and are experts in facilitating dialogue between adults and youth – parents, teachers, and pupils. Through authentic discourse, we discover? Unearth? Expose? Points of view, choices, and preferences, and learn about the interests and strengths of each individual. This familiarity creates the foundation for a personally and socially tailored learning environment, in which matriculation exams are an integral component.

Ankori high schools follow the Small Schools model. By maintaining a small organizational structure with 100-350 pupils in each campus, we enable meaningful discourse between teachers, parents, and pupils. This alone allows educational staff to know everyone personally, and creates an educational climate that accommodates change and fosters success among both pupils and educators.

A large-scale U.S. study covering the past forty years, has found that school size is significant to school performance. The visibility, commitment, and sense of belonging among teachers and pupils, the familiarity between pupils and staff, the minimized bureaucracy – all directly contribute to academic success and make small schools more attractive to quality educators, and more accessible to parents.

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כיכר ציון, הרברט סמואל 1, ירושלים
טל. 02-6222281

בועז עילם

מנהל קמפוס ירושלים, מורה לאזרחות

אירה חיאייב

יועצת הקמפוס, מורה להיסטוריה

חן ויצמן

רכזת חברתית, מחנכת י', מורה למתמטיקה ומנהל עסקים

אייל לבנון

מחנך יא', מורה למתמטיקה

רותה סלע רז

מחנכת יב', מורה לספרות, רכזת מעורבות חברתית

אסף לאופר

רכז חברתי, מחנך יב', מורה ללשון

אהרון אורבך

מורה לתנ"ך וגיאוגרפיה

אורטל גרין

מורה לאנגלית

ארז יעקבי

מורה לפיזיקה

גאולה הרמן

מורה לאנגלית

נעמה מס

מורה לאנגלית, תיאטרון ותקשורת

יוסי שוויג

מורה לאנגלית וגיאוגרפיה

נעם רפאלי

מורה לאזרחות והיסטוריה

נעמי לוסי מצליח

רכזת פדגוגית, רכזת לקויות למידה, ומורה למחשבת ישראל ותעבורה

רחל מוסן

רכזת מתמטיקה, ומורה למנהל עסקים

רמי מויאל

מורה לחינוך גופני

אמירה בנאי

אחראית אדמיניסטרציה

נעמה בן צור

אחראית אדמיניסטרציה

Ankori High School
welcomes those
looking for more than
a school.


Attending Ankori is a choice.
You choose us and we choose you.
For this reason, we maintain a methodical admissions process
that ensures our campuses
continue to offer a flexible, personalized service
לo each new and existing pupil,
, and facilitate their safe integration
integration into the social fabric of
the campus as a whole.

Step one: Introductory meeting
Ankori high schools emphasize (what kind of atmosphere?)atmosphere, dialogue, personal attention, and a mutual commitment between pupils and the school. This may not be right for everyone. As we believe in personal attention? , we do not offer open-campus days. In the first stage of the admissions process, we will invite you (prospective pupil and at least one parent) to a personal introductory meeting with a school management member at your campus of choice. At the meeting, we will provide detailed information on the curriculum and social activities on campus, costs, scholarships, and forms of payment. It is best to come prepared with recent report cards.

Step two: Paperwork
While papers are not nearly as important to us as personal acquaintance, they too can help us get to know you. In order to move forward, we will ask for any report cards, recommendations, evaluations, and other documents that can tell us more about you.

Step three: Parent-free conversation
In order to deepen our familiarity and ensure compatibility, we want to speak with you at one on one. In this meeting, we learn about additional aspects of your personality, find out what makes you unique, and present our specialized working model. This is a meeting for which no special preparation is needed.

Step four: Registration and integration
At the end of the admissions process, we place pupils in the classes and supporting courses best suited to them. And that’s it, now the learning can begin!

Call the campus to make an appointment.
Click the orange bubble to see our phone numbers or leave your contact information 🙂

We will do our best to schedule a meeting at br>the earliest possible date.

Additional information:

  • You can register for Ankori during the school year, no need to wait until September 1.
  • We bet you have friends who attend or have attended Ankori, but we are happy to introduce you to pupils and parents who can tell you about the school.
  • We are always happy to introduce you to additional staff members, and you are welcome to request a talk with any counselor or educator you would like.

כתובת: כיכר ציון, הרברט סמואל 1, ירושלים
טלפון: 02-6222281
אשת הקשר שלכם: אמירה בנאי
מייל: amira_b@ankori.co.il

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