Although Beit Shamai and Beit Hillel differed . . . Beit Shamai did not abstain from marrying women from Beit Hillel nor Beit Hillel from Shamai, rather (they) behave truthfully and peacefully as is said (Zechariah Chapter 8, 19) “love truth and peace”.

( Jerusalem Talmud, Kedushin Aleph, Aleph)

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Number of Students
137
Preschools through 12th Grade
25
Communities
5
Pre-Military Mechinas

Schools, kindergardens and communities

Adwa
‘Keshet’ Shoham
‘Ariel’ Jerusalem
Kedem Arava
‘Harel’ Lod
Kfar Adumim
‘Meshalav B’Tamar’ Efrat
‘Psifas’ Rechovot
Mital
Natur
‘Reut’ Jerusalem Elementary
‘Pardes’ Pardes Hana
‘Meitarim’ Branko Weiss Ranana – Elementary
‘G’nei Yaar’ Lod
Mayanot – Eshkol Sa’ir, Kfar Adumim
Nofi Prat
Eliav
'Keshet 'Zichron Yaakov – Elementary
‘Yachad’ Modi’in - Elementary
‘Shorashim’ Natur
Yachad Modi’in
‘Ha-Mephalim’ Lod
‘Hameshalev’ Yerucham
‘Shaprinzk’ Kiryat Gat
Mashalev Dror – Developing High School
‘Megilot’ Kliah
Achai Tekoa
‘Keshet’ East Talpiot, Jerusalem
‘Keshet’ Mazkeret Batya – Elementary
K.A.N. Kfar Adumim Elementary
‘Zvulun Hamar’ Tirat Carmel
Meitarim - Tivon
Nataim-Meitarim’ Be’er Sheva
Chamad Integrated School ‘Osha Together’ Ramat Gan
Yachad Modi’in High School
‘Karov’ Nachum
‘Keshet Ram’ Jerusalem Elementary
Kramim
‘Meshutaf’ Tel Aviv
Jabotinsky Beit Shemesh – Elementary School
Kerem Shalom
‘Kedem’ Nokdim
Shizaf
Alon
‘Givat Gonen’ Jerusalem
Nokdim
‘Keshet’ Mazkeret Batya – Elementary
‘Meitarim’ Tivon
Tekoa