The school’s philosophy is to impart the best of both Israeli and French cultures.
The French-Israeli School, named in honor of Lucette and Marcel Drahi, was established in 2007 in Mikveh Israel. The village’s famous agricultural and educational campus has hosted several schools since its foundation by Charles Netter in 1870.
An initiative of the French and Israeli governments, the school is supported by the Israeli Education Ministry and the Alliance Israélite Universelle, an organization that safeguards human rights of Jewish communities around the world through education and professional development.
The French-Israeli Lucette and Marcel Drahi School was born out of a strong desire to bring together students with different social and cultural backgrounds, nationalities, and languages.
- Over 85 % of Students Get French Brevet
- 5 Languages French, Hebrew, Spanish, Arabic, and English
Diversity Is a Priority
This multi-cultural aspect has always been essential for the founders and the board of directors and still stands as one of the school’s core assets. Diversity is deeply rooted in this worthy educational project and its daily pedagogical practices. The school promotes openness and humaneness, values ingrained in the French and Israeli cultures, and introduces students to political sciences and international relations.