About the project
The Jonathon Djanogly Religious Comprehensive School is a public religious high school.The Jerusalem Foundation has undertaken several projects at the school throughout the years, beginning with development of the schoolyard in 1978, creation of the school’s first computer laboratory in 1985, and later building renovations and the purchase of library books. The school originally had a relatively small student body of approximately 350 students in grades nine-12. It later adapted itself to meet the changing needs of the neighborhood. By 2006, the school was serving as home to three separate religious school programs: Ma’aleh, a religious girls’ high school with approximately 100 students, a co-educational religious high school with 150 students and a special education school with approximatley 20 students.