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NFTY-EIE High School in Israel i
s an accredited semester or summer-long program for Reform Jewish high school students in grades 10 to 12 that offers an unparalleled opportunity to be immersed in the richness of the land, culture, people and history of Israel, all while earning high school and college credit. Learn more >


Commanded to Survive: Understanding Jewish Life Before and After the Shoah

Maya S. is a high school sophomore. She is a member of Temple Shalom in Newton, MA, is active in NFTY-NE, and attends URJ Eisner Camp. Before 1933, life for the Jews in Europe was filled with rich Jewish culture. Jews often lived in shtetls(small Jewish villages) or chose to assimilate into secular society. For the most part, life was good – until Adolf Hitler. Soon, they became victims of the Nazis, whose macabre mission was to exterminate the Jews and all others who did not fit their vision of a purified race. I recently spent five days on a trip […]
Upcoming Semesters
Spring 2015
January 25 through May 29, 2015

Parents' Pilgrimage: March 10 - 20

Summer 2015

June 28 through August 7, 2015

Fall 2015
August 25 through December 28, 2015
Parents' Pilgrimage: October 18-28, 2015
Spring 2016
January 24 through May 27, 2016 (tentative)
Parents' Pilgrimage: March 7-17, 2016

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