The school has a research and development center whose goal is to provide an infrastructure and space for entrepreneurial activity for students. The school has a partnership with the teacher-training program at Lewinsky College, Kibbutzim College of Education and Tel-Aviv University

The school has a research and development center whose goal is to provide an infrastructure and space for entrepreneurial activity for students. The school has a partnership with the teacher-training program at Lewinsky College, Kibbutzim College of Education and Tel-Aviv University. The R & D team accompanies the teacher training and assists in promoting initiatives from the pilot stage through to systemic assimilation and even distribution outside the high school. Each development is accompanied by internal research, evaluation and control. R & D takes care to cooperate with entrepreneurial companies such as Forex, Microsoft, or the Israeli Defense Forces Intelligence Unit. The study of robotics and technology takes place at the "Judy and Josh Weston Technology and Science Center", which covers about 300 square meters on the ground floor of the school. There are five robotics teams from Tichonet competing in "First" competitions. In addition, the school hosts various robotics conferences and competitions. The school's robotics teams operate under the name "Makers Assemble #5951” and is made up of 100 students from grades eight through eleven. In addition to the robotics teams, the complex also includes 3D printers that enable learning of one of the leading technologies of the 21st century. The space includes workshops in the fields of mechanical engineering and electronics. In the year 2011, the robotics department began a joint project with Microsoft International, printing artificial hands for children born without a hand in the framework of the project "Give me a hand in 3D.”