United under a common commitment to educational excellence and youth leadership and activism, SAE operates nine high schools spanning the national (non-religious), national religious, pluralistic, ultra-orthodox and Israeli Arab curriculum streams that are recognized by the Ministry of Education.
SAE high schools include co-ed Mae Boyar High School, Dror Pluralistic High School, Re’ut Pluralistic High School, the Hachmey Lev Yeshiva High School, Inbar, a pluralistic leadership school for girls (opening as an educational track in September 2019), coed K.A.N. Community High School, a short distance from Jerusalem, Shoshanim High School for Haredi Girls in Jerusalem, the Sindiana Arab Youth Village for Leadership in Givat Haviva and Ulpanat Talya (formerly Midreshat Amalia) for religious girls in Jerusalem.
Residential Educational Campuses
SAE’s educational residences provide capable but disadvantaged teenagers from the development towns and rural regions of Israel with educational, social, and emotional services.
The highly dedicated and skilled professional teams in the residences assist these youth to adopt the healthy attitudes, behaviors, and skills that are necessary to attain excellent grades at school, develop leadership qualities, and attend university. Students at SAE schools are committed to volunteerism in order to generate positive changes in their communities and in the Jewish world.
There are currently close to 1,000 students from 120 Israeli towns across the country enrolled in our seven educational residences: Mae Boyar, Ein-Carmit, Hachmey Lev and Ulpanat Talya in Jerusalem, Ort-Netanya in Netanya, Steinberg Interdisciplinary Residential Educational Campus for Excellence in Kfar-Saba and SAE’s first Arab Residential Campus at Sindiana – The Arab Youth Village for Leadership in Givat Haviva.