Beit Shemesh high school for both haredi, national-religious kids opens new campus

Although news coming out of Beit Shemesh can often be less than positive, a success story involving cooperation and coexistence to the benefit of a mixed school in the city is certainly something to be welcomed.

The Ohr Moshe school for seventh- to twelfth-graders is designed for children with specific educational requirements and caters to pupils from both the national-religious and haredi (ultra-Orthodox) sectors, mostly from families with an Anglo background.

The school opened the doors to its new campus in old Beit Shemesh on Monday, at the site of the old Elyakim school that served the needs of the early residents of the city.


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