The Eastern Mediterranean International School (EMIS) is a unique international boarding high school.

With a mission of making education a force for peace and sustainability in the Middle East.

Located in Hakfar Hayarok, a youth village and educational campus at the center of Israel, EMIS fosters intercultural understanding and promotes personal and social leadership.


Jerusalem Project

JERUSALEM PROJECT WAS MADE POSSIBLE THROUGH THE GENERIOUS CONTRIBUTION OF THE APPLEBAUM FOUNDATION COMPASS FUND

This year, the EMIS Project topic that was chosen was Jerusalem.

Leaving academics aside, all EMIS staff and students packed their bags and set out to an investigatory mission in Jerusalem for three days. The students were split into 12 groups, each exploring a different aspect of Jerusalem’s complexity – the aspects explored were: civic status, religion, arts, holy places, political views, urban planning, sovereignty, economic development, education, borders, municipality, and the green line. These investigations were aimed to broaden the horizons of thinking and the understanding of the many different faces of Jerusalem.

For more about the Jerusalem Project, articles, pictures and videos CLICK HERE!

Admissions

  •    Applications are being accepted on a rolling basis. Submit yours now!    Paperless admissions by Applications are being accepted on a rolling basis. Submit yours now! “Welcome” is the word you will hear most at EMIS. We will be delighted to answer any of your questions and guide you through the application process....

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  • Qualified and Experienced TeachersOur Full-Time 2016-2017 faculty has been appointed. If you have a passion for education, for touching the lives of young men and women from around the world and want to make a difference in a place that can really benefit from education as a force for peace and sustainability, join EMIS – the Eastern Mediterranean International School in Israel.  Read more

  • These frequently asked questions are designed to assist you as the parent or guardian of an applicant. We understand that sending your student to EMIS can be challenging and may raise many questions. Our aim is to be entirely honest with applicants and their families about what to expect, while also reassuring you that your student will have a wonderful and positively transformative...

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