The year is 2023.
Two years earlier, the high school students at the Herzliya High School for Creative Writing in Israel’s occupied West Bank and East Jerusalem were in the middle of a struggle with their grades and they needed to work harder.
They were competing against the Palestinian students for spots in a prestigious university in the city of Ramallah.
At the time, the students at Herzliyas high school, a secular school, had just won the prestigious Jerusalem Literature and Arts Festival, a prestigious competition to be held in the Israeli capital.
It is a prestigious event that is held each year in Ramallah for high school seniors.
The students had won first place, but their final results were not published until the following year.
They had already faced several challenges.
The Hebrew language was not widely taught in the school, so there was a shortage of Hebrew language books for the students.
Also, the school was not a high-tech one, meaning there were not many computer labs or computers at the school.
The school’s senior students were the only ones who had the ability to learn Hebrew, but they faced problems in their learning.
The most important problem was that they were not allowed to study in Hebrew, so they could not learn to write in Hebrew or read Hebrew.
This is the result of a rule that was passed in the 1980s, but it was not applied in the same way to students in the West Bank.
In addition to the students, the government also banned the use of Hebrew in classrooms and the university, which was the only institution of higher learning in the occupied West to teach Hebrew.
And then, when the Israeli government came to Ramallah in 2015 to try to negotiate a peace deal with the Palestinians, the rule that had been imposed in the late 1980s was not lifted.
The rules that were in place were not implemented in the current Israeli government, which does not want to negotiate with the Palestinian Authority (PA) and wants to maintain its occupation of the West Jerusalem and East Judea regions.
This is what led the students of Herzliyah High School to ask the head of the educational department of the education bureau of the Ministry of Education to come to Ramah and demand that the school’s students be allowed to take a second year of high school in Hebrew.
The head of this educational department, Yehuda Zivotof, responded to the request of the students with the following order: “If we have the resources, then let’s teach the Hebrew language in the future.”
In the past year, Herzli Yisrael High School, located in the northern West Bank, has achieved an unprecedented level of success.
This year, its students have achieved first place in the prestigious Israeli Literature and Art Festival.
The students also managed to graduate with a perfect score in their exams.
But the school still does not have enough funds for the year.
The high school has started an initiative to teach the school students Hebrew, and its students are working hard to improve their skills.
They are also looking to start their own businesses and learn more about the world of science.
But the teachers at Herzl Yisroel High School do not have any doubts about the students’ progress.
They know that they need to continue to work hard and improve their writing skills.
But they also believe that this year will be different.
The school’s head of Hebrew literature and arts, Elad Shofar, is convinced that the students have done very well this year.
“I think that there is still room for improvement, but we are confident that the student who was the first to be accepted into the high-school will have the best year of her life,” Shofer told Haaretz.
He said that the teachers have already been preparing the students for their next year of study, which will start in the spring of 2020.
The graduates of Herzl Yaakov High School have already started working as writers.
Shoferes new class will include three graduates from Herzli Yaakov, who are planning to enter the field of humanities.
He hopes that the graduates will become more professional writers and have the chance to write their own novels.
“Our students are still very young.
There are a lot of challenges for them.
But if we work hard, we will be able to succeed,” Shifer said.
The schools director of Hebrew, Shulamit Dagan, added that they are hoping to become a big school in the coming years.