We believe we carry a responsibility to share the unifying and healing gift of music. Ongoing, we create opportunities for our students to inspire the community through programs in cities throughout Israel:
Rimon’s distinguished faculty is comprised of educators and active professional musicians well-recognized throughout Israel and beyond. Rimon School is highly respected for its academic excellence and wide range of opportunities for artistic expression. Rimon challenges students with a rigorous, enriching, career-minded curriculum while developing personal growth and interactive skill. English-speaking students can study with us for one full year. Hebrew-speaking students can elect to earn a three-year diploma, or a degree in partnership with Open University. Some students split their studies between Rimon and the world-renowned music and arts college Berklee in Boston, Massachusetts through our longstanding credit transfer agreement, or continue to Berklee for a master’s degree in Boston or Valencia, Spain. Some students complete their studies at other premier institutions with whom we have academic relationships.
Students enjoy collaboration in a wide array of student-led projects and performances, including festivals and events in Israel and abroad. Students participate in school-driven productions which present them with realistic professional scenarios, which sharpen valuable skills and further position them for career success in the contemporary music arena. These productions include, among many others, The ShiRimon Singers Interpretation Competition, The RockRimon rock groups showcase, and jazz performance and composition competitions. In addition, we offers students advancement on their principal instrument through private lesson, instrumental labs, and a variety of ensembles designed to elicit musical and professional growth.
Rimon’s campus inspires social interaction and impromptu musical collaboration. Our classrooms encircle a welcoming center lawn and courtyard where students build lasting connections.