Netzach seeks to break this cycle at its root cause – education. The Network provides Charedi students with the core academic studies, laying a clear path toward attaining bagrut (Israeli matriculation). The bagrut means access to meaningful post-secondary educational options, the wider job market, and other Israeli social opportunities, ultimately generating strong and financially viable futures.
The Network is 12 institutions strong (six elementary, three high- and three post-high schools). What started out with 14 students, currently serves 1,350 students, and fully expects to be serving 1,600 – 1,800 within two years (not including the over 19,000 registered at our Eshkolot Virtual School). Our schools thus far have matriculated approximately 100 students who are pursuing a variety of pathways toward higher education.