הגימנסיה העברית רחביה
14 Keren Kayemet Street, Jerusalem
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Gymnasia Rehavia was Jerusalem's first and the country’s second modern Jewish high school or gymnasium, after the Herzliya Hebrew Gymnasium in Tel Aviv. The school was first established in Jerusalem's Bukharan Quarter in 1909, by members of the loosely organized group of artists who named themselves "The New Jerusalem", for lack of an appropriate school framework in Jerusalem for their children.  The building on Keren Kayemet Street in the Rehavia neighborhood was built in 1928. Among the founders were Dr. Naftali and Hannah Weitz, Yehoshua Barzilay, Yitzhak Ben-Zvi, later the second president of Israel, his wife Rachel Yanait and the artist Ira Jan. The latter three were also among its first teachers.
In July 2009, the high school celebrated its centennial at an event attended by generations of alumni, many of whom are leading figures in Israeli society today.
- Shmuel Agmon, mathematician
- Naomi Ben-Ami
- Yitzhak Danziger (1916–77), sculptor
- Trude Dothan
- Avi Gabbay
- Ephraim Katzir
- Dan Meridor
- Sallai Meridor
- Uzi Narkiss
- Miriam Naor, President of the Supreme Court of Israel
- Yoni Netanyahu (1946–76), commander of Sayeret Matkal; killed during Operation Entebbe
- Amos Oz (1939–2018), writer, novelist, journalist, and academic
- Reuven Rivlin
- Eli Salzberger
- Nahman Shai
- Chemi Shalev
- Matan Vilnai
- Yigael Yadin (1917–84), archeologist, politician, and Chief of Staff of the Israel Defense Forces
- A. B. Yehoshua (born 1936), novelist, essayist and playwright
- Rehavam Ze'evi
- Gideon Schocken (1919–1981), major general, former head of the Manpower Directorate
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