About the Education Administration
Netanya is continually reinventing itself and is in the process of undergoing vibrant changes. The city is developing at a rapidly growing pace with thousands of new housing units, slated for young couples, under construction within the city limits and just beyond. Developing industrial areas draw a technologically minded work force and new areas under development include entertainment venues, an educational institution and an academy that is rapidly gaining a solid reputation in its field. Netanya nurtures the present while it soundly promotes an even brighter future.
The Education Administration invests numerous resources to support its educational institutions which provide a nurturing and creative environment for the city's 36,544 students which include 5,351 pupils in 186 kindergartens, 16,748 throughout 46 elementary schools, and 14,445 in 16 high schools. Netanya is proud of its educational facilities which prepare students for the challenges of the future, while simultaneously developing new and varied learning programs
The city's Education Administration is committed to bringing out the best in every student while paying close attention to and offering a straightforward solution for the individual needs of each one. Striving for excellence, the Education Administration is committed to encouraging continued cooperation among all educational professionals and to continually improving the system based on new and changing criteria in today's society.
The Education Administration in Netanya offers residents a wide variety of specializations and orientations that enable students to express themselves within the most suitable study curriculum. Abundant resources have been invested to create the best possible educational environment. These include computer labs and multimedia facilities at public schools with the most up-to-date technologies that facilitate the learning process. The city also invests significant resources in developing educational projects that support early education, enrichment, and nurture excellence. Other projects, including longer school hours, are also meant to foster a higher rate of academic success.
Netanya city was chosen as a good place to raise children by a leading daily newspaper. To learn more about the newspaper article click here.
The Netanya Education Administration was recently cited for its numerous professional achievements and has been the recipient of national educational awards, county awards, and certificates of excellence in many areas.