Haim Boger (חיים בוגר, born Haim Bograshov; 25 September 1876 – 8 June 1963) was an Israeli politician who served as a member of the Knesset for the General Zionists between 1951 and 1955.
Born in Taurida Governorate in the Russian Empire (today in Ukraine), Boger received traditional education in a yeshiva, and took a correspondence course at a secular gymnasium. He later earned a PhD at the University of Bern. He worked as a teacher in Hebrew schools in Russia.
He was amongst the leaders of the Zionists for Zion organisation, which opposed the British Uganda Programme, a plan to give part of East Africa for a Jewish homeland. He attended several Zionist Congresses, and in 1906 he emigrated to Ottoman-controlled Palestine. He helped establish the Herzliya Hebrew High School, where he was one of the first teachers and later principal (in January 1911, he had the title of "Gymnasia Ibrith Director" as per his handstamp), working at the school from 1919 until 1951.