Israel’s history comes alive for Arizona teens - www.jewishaz.com: Families & Lifestyles

Israel’s history comes alive for Arizona teens

Posted: Wednesday, August 9, 2017 11:02 am

A group of Arizona high school students are spending this summer at the Jewish National Fund’s Alexander Muss High School in Israel (AMHSI), through the Schwartz-Hammer AMHSI Impact Fund and the JNF Boruchin Educational Fund. Alexander Muss High School in Israel is a pluralistic, college-prep international study abroad program for high school students, where AMHSI-JNF educators use Israel as “a living classroom,” meaning the students tour the country as they learn.

The Arizona Impact Fund was created by Phoenix philanthropist Sheila Schwartz, along with her daughter Lesley Hammer and son-in-law Eli Hammer and her son Frank Schwartz and daughter-in-law Jennifer Schwartz.

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