Study abroad in Israel

Enrich your high school experience and your resume by spending an incredibly special semester abroad in Israel! Alexander Muss High School in Israel has a variety of sessions to choose from ranging from 6 weeks to a full semester all year round.

Explore your roots

Place yourself in the historical narrative of Israel and the Jewish people as you travel across the country. Let your past help define your future. 

Discover a community

Join the AMHSI family – meet students from the US and around the world and learn about backgrounds different from your own.  

Grow as an individual

Develop skills and tools that will prepare you for college and beyond. Stand out from the crowd with a unique academic abroad experience.  


AMHSI sessions


What’s new

Great video of Fall Semester students' first few days

Watch an amazing video of the first few days of our Fall Semester students at AMHSI!

Brett Ratner visits AMHSI campus

Last week, Brett Ratner, well-known Hollywood producer and director, returned to Israel for the first time in thirty years!  As part of his visit, he dropped by the campus to reminisce about his favorite AMHSI moments!  Read more about his visit at AMHSI.

Abraham family returns to campus after thirty years

Sherri Abraham, AMHSI alumna, May 1986, met husband, Lior, as a student at AMHSI when he was studying at Mosenson! Read more about this phenomenal story!





AMHSI completely changed my life. It was my first real experience with Israel and Judaism. It really resonated with me and made me proud to be Jewish and of where I come from.

Sarah Marasco, Summer 2011

Why hesitate? Where else would you be able to do such a program? This is a life-changing experience that you can’t do anywhere else on Earth.

Asher Zlotnik, Spring 2007

My journey at AMHSI has been an experience that I will never forget. I have made new friends, seen new places and learned new things that I will carry with me for the rest of my life.

Shlomi Efergan, Fall 2014

Because of AMHSI, I am forever changed as a friend, a student, a world citizen, and a Jew.

Isabel Glass, February 2014