BTJ CITED AS TOP SCHOOL BY ISRAELI MINISTRY

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Boys Town Jerusalem was cited as one of the top high schools in Israel. The Israeli Ministry of Education has granted Boys Town Jerusalem the highest Award for Excellence among Israeli high schools throughout all educational sectors. The school ranked in the top 10% of the 838 high school schools examined over the 2021-22 academic year.

BTJ Cited for Outstanding Achievements

In releasing its findings, the Israel Ministry of Education cited Boys Town Jerusalem (BTJ) for reaching outstanding achievements in the academic and social realms, as well as for instilling crucial ethics and values within students.

The Ministry of Education noted the high academic level

BTJ principal Yossi Cohen notes that the prize reflects the Ministry’s findings of the extraordinary efforts by BTJ instructors to spur students to reach a high academic level, avoid drop-out, and advance to IDF enlistment and higher education. “The meticulous Ministry of Education examination also scrutinized the progress from enrollment to graduation of our considerable number of boys from disadvantaged backgrounds.” 

BTJ has been awarded the prize for excellence before

This marks the third time in the past decade that Boys Town Jerusalem has been awarded the prestigious prize for excellence, and the first time in which the school has reached the top-echelon rank. The Ministry of Education Award for Excellence includes a monetary reward for teachers among the highest-scoring schools.

Covid-related hardships

In saluting BTJ’s instructors, Principal Yossi Cohen stressed the Covid-related hardships over the past two years which have demanded exceptional efforts to keep students focused and excelling despite the increased illness, poverty and strife they face at home.  

Above all, our instructors care deeply for every student’s welfare,” he says proudly. “Being a teacher is the challenge of a lifetime. At Boys Town Jerusalem, our special mission is to motivate students with personal hardships to work hard and aim for success. Their achievements are a priceless reward for us all.” 

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