Tel Aviv’s Oldest Secondary School Revamped with New Stand-alone Art’s Auditorium

Building a State-of-the-Art Auditorium for one of Israel’s Most Historic High Schools
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$2,600,250

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PROJECTS / CULTURE

Project: An arts auditorium will be added to the Hebrew Gymnasia Herzliya Hebrew School which is sure to serve as a cultural landmark for the decades to come.

Objective: Establish a new auditorium for school-sponsored events. The auditorium will also allow for external events to utilize the facility.

Need: A historic Tel Aviv High School does not have a suitable auditorium to house, grade-wide assemblies, or events. The school has operated in the same facilities for over 60 years.

Impact: Providing a modern, dynamic academic facility for nearly 2,000 students and nearby communities to enjoy in a mass-seating auditorium of 440 seats.

Requested Donation: $2,600,250 USD

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