Arts and culture is one of Herzlia’s core pillars. From playschool to Grade 12, Herzlia boasts an impressive creative and educational arts and culture programme. We understand the importance for children to express themselves and at each of our campuses, we only employ seasoned professionals.
For many years our schools have, produced showcases, school drama plays, musicals and one-act play festivals. The various informal productions, choirs and exhibitions each play an integral part of our school life at our campuses. From a very early age, our pupils are learning about the sense of team building, working with others and developing social skills.
Skills in stage management, sound, and lighting are also nurtured in our schools, not only through productions but through the daily life of the school, by running and managing assemblies, school functions, and related activities.
Additionally, our high school vocal ensemble is a professionally run group that performs extensively in both the Jewish and wider community and is regularly called upon to appear at events.
In 2016, the High School Music Department was opened in a newly refurbished facility on the Highlands Campus. This state-of-the-art facility is staffed by a team of professional music teachers and includes:
- a fully equipped mixing studio
- digital audio suite
- various instruments
- recital rooms
HERZLIA employs five teachers to lead their various formal subjects. The students can choose any of these subjects to specialise in:
- Visual arts
Jewish music plays an integral part in the formal primary school curriculum. At each campus, we employ full-time teachers to facilitate the pupils in each of the disciplines, namely:
For all-round development of pupils at a foundational level, we ensure to include arts & culture to each of our pre-primary campuses. We employ one part-time teacher per subject, which are: