Founded in 1948  - עברית
Improvement in Student Matriculation!  
85% of our 2017 graduates earned full Bagrut (matriculation.).  (The national average is close to 50%.)
Graduating Students Giving Back 
One third of the graduates chose to give a "Shnat Sherut" -- year of volunteer service to weaker communities -- prior to serving in the Army - up from 5% four years ago.
Interdepartmental Cooperation 
There is an increased emphasis on interdepartmental cooperation this year -- between the school, boarding school, agriculture program, and all staff.   
Two Graduates Selected as Outstanding Soldiers of the Year!!
Alex Philin, a 2016 Graduate, Lone Soldier, is the 2018 Outstanding Soldier of the Nahal Division.  
Emile Issekov, 2014 Graduate, is the 2017 Outstanding Soldier of the Golani Division. 
Christina Egernet, 2015 Graduate, is the 2017 Outstanding Soldier of the Air Force.
Graduates received their awards on Israel Independence Day in May, at the residence of the President of Israel, along with only 119 others. 
Ecotherapy Pilot Program Begins
Ecotherapy is available to 8th and 9th grade (ages  14- 15) students at Aloney Yitzchak.  Approximately 15 students are participating, led by the expert goatherd.  The results so far are very promising.  One group is 9th grade boys, who have noticeably destressed through the program.  They play, create, build, and learn to identify items in nature, while building group cohesion and learning to speak more respectfully to each other.  Another group of boys and girls "use" nature in a more creative way for self-realization.  All the youth connect to nature, themselves, each other, and are then easier to reach by other students and staff.  The Village being in a nature preserve is a major asset.
School Wins Award of Excellence 
The junior and senior high schools were selected as one of 270 schools to receive the "School of Excellence Award" from the Ministry of Education.  The award is based on Academic Achievement, Values, and Social Cohesion.
New Academic Tracks Opened:  Computer Engineering, Communications/ Film 
Village Agriculture Program Wins National Prize 
September 2016 the Village received a national award for its "green" aspects.  The Village was recognized for its "Maintenance and development of its ancient oak trees, and integrating agriculture and ecology into the residential life, theoretic and practical academics, and daily life at the highest possible level." Green certification has been renewed every year since.
Interdisciplinary Studies are emphasized in the school. - בניית אתרים