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Hakfar Hayarok boarding school educates about 400 boys and girls aged 12-18, from 7thgrade through 12th. Students from one grade live in a "kvutsa" (group) of  about 40 students, boys and girls, with at least three staff: a counsellor, a house mother and a national service youth volunteer.

Within the compound area of each group is a staff room, a group club room, TV and coffee/tea corner. Dormitory rooms are air-conditioned with en suite bathroom. 

The boarding area, surrounded by meadows and spectacular green lawns, creates a uniquely peaceful and rural residential environment within the Greater Tel Aviv urban area.

Hakfar Hayarok boarding school meets strict  quality guidelines of The Standards Institution of Israel. See approval certificate.

Boarding students spend most days during the academic year at the school, and go home every other weekend. Twice a month students stay at school for the weekend- a total of 14 Saturdays a year.

Hakfar Hayarok boarding school offers various after school activities each day:

 

Sports              Self Defense     Music

football team       Krav Maga      chamber orchestras

mini-soccer          Capoeira        guitar

basketball        combat fitness    piano

badminton   preparation for the army   drums

dance aerobics                                percussion

table tennis

                          Culture Groups

chorus

volleyball

drama circle

 

tennis (at the Tennis Center)

arts club meetings

 

track and field

painting and plastic art

 

 

film club

 

 

Students also have at their disposal a music room, fitness center, and swimming pool (summer months).

 

 

The boarding school commemorates various events and celebrates the holidays in Israel. On "Kfar" weekends, when students remain on campus, groups take turns to put on Friday night artistic evenings (known as "Program 10") in front of the rest of the students. Saturday mornings include cross-campus activities.

Throughout the year, in the afternoons and evenings, students may receive academic support at the Learning Center, which aims to reinforce learning by offering extra help for students who are having difficulty with study. In addition, the Resource Center which houses the library and computerized resource center, is open to students in the afternoons and evenings.

Daily life at Hakfar Hayarok  boarding school is conducted under the guidance of staff and in full cooperation with the students. Youth participation is important - our youth institutions include the Youth Secretariat, the Farm Committee and Youth Tribunal. Each "kvutsa" (group) has a representative committee selected by the peer group.

Resident students are busy, and have the opportunity to undertake significant responsibilities if they choose. After school, boarders have at their disposal extra-curricular classes, educational help, and a team available to help with every query, trouble or need.

Our educational approach at Hakfar Hayarok boarding school is to inspire awareness in our youths of being an autonomous person - a person who assumes responsibility for his life and his future. All this in an environment which is supportive, dynamic and challenging.

    ON CAMPUS (boarding school)

    Hakfar Hayarok boarding school educates about 400 boys and girls aged 12-18, from 7thgrade through 12th. Students from one grade live in a "kvutsa" (group) of  about 40 students, boys and girls, with at least three staff: a counsellor, a house mother and a national service youth volunteer.

    Within the compound area of each group is a staff room, a group club room, TV and coffee/tea corner. Dormitory rooms are air-conditioned with en suite bathroom. 

    The boarding area, surrounded by meadows and spectacular green lawns, creates a uniquely peaceful and rural residential environment within the Greater Tel Aviv urban area.

    Hakfar Hayarok boarding school meets strict  quality guidelines of The Standards Institution of Israel. See approval certificate.

    Boarding students spend most days during the academic year at the school, and go home every other weekend. Twice a month students stay at school for the weekend- a total of 14 Saturdays a year.

    Hakfar Hayarok boarding school offers various after school activities each day:

     

    Sports              Self Defense     Music

    football team       Krav Maga      chamber orchestras

    mini-soccer          Capoeira        guitar

    basketball        combat fitness    piano

    badminton   preparation for the army   drums

    dance aerobics                                percussion

    table tennis

                              Culture Groups

    chorus

    volleyball

    drama circle

     

    tennis (at the Tennis Center)

    arts club meetings

     

    track and field

    painting and plastic art

     

     

    film club

     

     

    Students also have at their disposal a music room, fitness center, and swimming pool (summer months).

     

     

    The boarding school commemorates various events and celebrates the holidays in Israel. On "Kfar" weekends, when students remain on campus, groups take turns to put on Friday night artistic evenings (known as "Program 10") in front of the rest of the students. Saturday mornings include cross-campus activities.

    Throughout the year, in the afternoons and evenings, students may receive academic support at the Learning Center, which aims to reinforce learning by offering extra help for students who are having difficulty with study. In addition, the Resource Center which houses the library and computerized resource center, is open to students in the afternoons and evenings.

    Daily life at Hakfar Hayarok  boarding school is conducted under the guidance of staff and in full cooperation with the students. Youth participation is important - our youth institutions include the Youth Secretariat, the Farm Committee and Youth Tribunal. Each "kvutsa" (group) has a representative committee selected by the peer group.

    Resident students are busy, and have the opportunity to undertake significant responsibilities if they choose. After school, boarders have at their disposal extra-curricular classes, educational help, and a team available to help with every query, trouble or need.

    Our educational approach at Hakfar Hayarok boarding school is to inspire awareness in our youths of being an autonomous person - a person who assumes responsibility for his life and his future. All this in an environment which is supportive, dynamic and challenging.