Students study Gemara in a structured approach that will enable them to learn on their own.
• Iyun – Learn in a structured and analytical approach that enables each student to gain essential independent learning skills
• Bekiut – Acquire knowledge in vast sections of the Talmud. Throughout the year, many students make several siyumim as they complete masechtot of Shas.
Students learn Mishna with a goal of completeing several sedarim of Mishnayot yearly.
TORAH, NEVIIM AND KETUVIM
Shiurim given on Parshat Hashavua as well as additional sections of the Torah using Rashi and other classic Mefarshim.
The Shulchan Aruch studied together with Ben Ish Chai, Yalkut Yosef, Mishnah Berurah, and other classical Halachic authorities. There is a special emphasis put on Sephardic halacha and minhagim.
HASHKAFA AND MUSSAR
Classes and discussions based on the teachings of the Rambam, Ramchal, R. Shimshon Pincus, and R. Dessler including issues such as the purpose of creation, reward and punishment, and the purpose of the Mitzvot. Students are encouraged to think and ask questions in order to gain a deeper understanding of everything learned
|8:00 am||Shacharit and breakfast|
|9:45 am||Morning seder
Preparing for Life
|1:00 pm||Mincha and lunch|
Shabbat (meaning and halachot)
Halachot of Life
Bekiyut (chazara and Halacha)
|7:00||Arbit and dinner|
|8:30-10:00 pm||Night seder
one-on-one with avreichim
We are accredited by Yeshiva University, Touro College, Brooklyn College, MJI College, and Israel MASA program. For more information please contact the Yeshiva office.
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