“Learn and live history” Poland Masa “Build a close connection to the Land of Israel” Earn college credit today through Gratz College “Israel as our classroom”

“Learn and live history”

"Learning about history while experiencing it was incredible. I actually learned and lived history on TRY/USY High."

Poland Masa

TRY is proud to announce that for the first time ever we are including a trip (masa) to Poland as a part of the TRY program. For more information click here.

“Build a close connection to the Land of Israel”

“This has been an amazing experience that has allowed me to travel the country and build a close connection to the Land of Israel."

Earn college credit today through Gratz College

TRY is proud to announce an exciting new partnership wit Gratz College, allowing TRY students to earn credits for their participation in our Israel Core Course. Click here for more details.

“Israel as our classroom”

"Israel Core Course field trips (טיולים) were both a positive and influential aspect of TRY/USY High because it was very special to see the places we were learning about: to use Israel as our classroom. Because of these tiyulim, places in Israel will be forever connected to the lessons we learned there."

TRY / USY High Video

What is TRY and USY High all about? Watch as our alumni show you the country, tell you about their experiences, and describe how a semester in Israel with Tichon Ramah Yerushalayim changed their lives. Then apply, so you can change yours! … >> read more

Happy in Jerusalem!

TRY is looking forward to our spring 2015 semester! We are in the midst of registration and are getting ready for our next lot of chanichim. We'd love you to join us on this special journey of discovery. Last year's chanichim took part i… >> read more


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Tichon Ramah Yerushalayim (TRY and USY High)

Today we remember the tragic piguah (terrorist attack) of 9/11. This video is from the 2012 memorial ceremony at the Jewish National Fund's 9/11 Living Memorial in Jerusalem. It is the only place outside of the United States that recognizes the names of the people who were killed on 9/11 as well as their countries of origin. ... See MoreSee Less

No better place than Israel to remember 9/11

The 9/11 Living Memorial rises from the beautiful Jerusalem Arazim Valley. Today, 250 people gathered at this KKL-JNF site to honor the memory of the almost 3,000 people killed on that day eleven years ago. The memorial itself is inspiring, and its spectacular setting, at the mouth of the valley and just at the entrance to Jerusalem, makes it a breath-taking image. Ambassador Daniel Shapiro noted that there is no better place than Israel to remember the fallen; that the U.S. and Israel are united in the struggle against terror. In moving words, and representing the families of the Israelis killed on 9/11, General (ret) Dov Shefi held the audience spell-bound as he recounted the personal stories of each of the 5 Israeli victims. The haunting Hebrew melodies sung by the Kolot Givatayim group added further to the special atmosphere. The image of the Israeli Fire and Rescue Services officers paired with U.S. Marines to assist in the wreath-laying ceremony will not be forgotten by the audience, which included many foreign diplomats and Israeli and American youth groups.

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