The city of Holon
More than 0 years have happened since the first Jewish colonists settled in the immense sandbank from which there arose the modern city of Holon, located to approximately 5 kilometers to the south of Tel Aviv.
Holon (Wasps nest is pronounced in espáñol) leeway his name of the Hebrew word "Jol" (sand). In 2004, there are still dunes in Holon, but it is one of the biggest cities of Israel, and it has approximately 180.000 inhabitants.
The sand has given place to gardens, parks, an important industrial area, centers of education of different levels, museums, art galleries, community centers, a modern hospital, health centers, sports complexes of several sizes, diverse cultural centers, etc.
Holon has put to the culture in the center. The city city is considered "the City of the Children", for counting, between other things with a Children's modern Museum.
The Holon municipality has put emphasis on the development of the educational structure of the city. Test of it is that there are 03 preschools, 30 primary schools, five schools of special education, 3 secondary schools of three years, 9 secondary schools in which it is studied from the seventh to twelfth course, a religious secondary school, and two establishments in which tertiary education is given (one of them enabled to grant qualifications B.A).
Source: Secondary school Doctor Jaim Kugel, Holon, Israel