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All students take the Israel Core Course (ICC), Hebrew, and English. Most students have classes in at least three additional periods, which are indicated by letters A through F. Students regularly have ‘open windows’ in their individual schedules because they do not take a course at every period. Double E and F periods allow for laboratory activities.
TRY offers informal evening programs that supplement the academic schedule. These programs are mandatory, but not for school credit. They may include: Israel Night (speakers and topical programs); Cultural Night (drama, art, Israeli dance and music); and Group Night (activities designed to foster group spirit and cohesion). On most Thursday and Saturday evenings students have a free night. In addition, Monday evenings are reserved for homework, with faculty returning to campus for a supervised Study Hall.