Boy's Town was one of the first schools in the world to introduce the renowned Comprehensive Interdisciplinary Technology (CIT) into its curriculum.
The innovative, highly acclaimed program combines a wide range of technological studies including chemistry, physics, mechanics, electronics and computer science into one all-inclusive course of study.
Designed to give students the skills to keep pace with today's accelerating technical advances, graduates are able to step into virtually any field of technology and apply the expertise and training acquired at Boys Town.
A major graduate requirement for CIT students is the completion of a Final Project, approved and judged by a Ministry of Education panel of scientists, engineers and educators. The projects, some original inventions, span a gamut of subjects where students give practical application to the theory they've learned in the CIT curriculum. (CLICK HERE to see latest CIT projects)
A number of Boys Town CIT projects have gained national acclaim in CIT competitions. Most recently, Raphael Ouzan and Meron Salem project, a computer-based video surveillance system, won First Prize in a Ministry of Education-sponsored national competition for CIT projects. Yosef Salameh's student project, a robot which maneuvers in the same way an ant crawls, was awarded the prestigious First Prize by the Davidson Institute of Science Education of the Weizmann Institute of Science.