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Chareidi Yeshiva High School Program with Full Matriculation (Bagrut)

Our Vision: To raise the next generation of Torah scholars (Talimdei Chachamim) by expanding the knowledge and developing the personalities and skills of every student to a love for Torah and to the actualization of its commandments (Mitzvos) in everyday life.

"Our goal is to lead each student to fulfilling his potential both in Kodesh and secular studies at the highest level possible, with an emphasis on Yiras Shoma'im and good character traits."

The Esteemed Rabbi Baruch Landau, Rosh Yeshiva

The Yeshiva

The Nehardea Yeshiva campus is located in Kiryat Yismach Moshe in Ganei Tikva.

The members of the teaching staff focus their entire energies on the development of each student's personality and on creating a healthy and positive school climate in the Yeshiva, as well as on providing guidance for the Yeshiva's graduates to the best Yeshivos Gedolos.

The Yeshiva's study program is based on in-depth Gemara study (iyun) and general fluency (bekius) alongside study of Torah, Nevi'im, Ketuvim, and Halacha, taught by a staff of Ramim, all Torah scholars (Talmidei Chachamim). Secular studies are taught at a high level (4 – 5 credits in Mathematics, English, Computers and Electronics), providing a high quality and comprehensive educational framework.

Despite the fact that General Studies take up only 3 hours from the students' daily program, the matriculation examination results (Bagrut), which average a level of 32 – 38 credits and are headed, understandably, by Limudei Kodesh, are evident: Our students pass the examinations with high grades, B"H.

Our educational framework is well integrated with the unique school climate in the Yeshiva, as can be seen in our social activities, such as Thursday night kumzitzim, Shabbos programs and excursions during the Bein HaZemanim

הצוות

Rabbi Baruch Landau is the Rosh Yeshiva, and Rabbi Yaacov Koshland is the Principal for General Studies.

The Ramim staff includes: Rabbi Yosef Borenstein (Shiur Aleph), Rabbi Nechemia Fishman (Shiur Bet), Rabbi Yosef Gintzler (Shiur Gimmel) and Rosh Yeshiva Rabbi Baruch Landeau (Shiur Dalet).

The General Studies teaching staff members each have years of teaching experience and the relevant degrees and diplomas. Mr. Eilon Schuster, Pedagogical and Professional Director, is one of the best teacher supervisors in secondary schools.

The Dormitory

The Yeshiva experience and social life at the Nehardea Yeshiva go well beyond study hours. The spacious lunchroom provides rich and filling meals and the dormitory offers luxurious and well-equipped rooms; both are properly supervised by the educational staff. A music room and recreational equipment are available to the students.

Be'Shem Omram – In Their Own Words

From our students:

"What is unique in the Nehardea Yeshiva is the staff's deep involvement in each student's spirit with the aim of raising his level."

Aaron Rose, graduate student 2015

"The yeshiva is special in that it builds up every student – and provides a warm and loving family atmosphere."

Daniel Gross, graduate student 2015

From our students' parents:

"As the father of two sons, I can wholeheartedly state: A wonderful place of Torah. Its success is B"H evident not only in school report grades but in exemplary behavior as well."

Rabbi Moshe Steinberg, father of Eliezer and Yaakov, two Nehardea students

"The Yeshiva's impressive success lies in transforming children into youths who love Torah and have yiras shama'im, while the smile and appeal are part of the education."

Advocate Abraham Indorsky, father of Israel, a Nehardea student

A few words from a graduate:

"The special and unique warm approach from which we benefited from the Nehardea Yeshiva Ramim and staff continues, B"H, to accompany us years later, as do the personal friendships that developed through their encouragement between the students themselves. When I arrived at the Hechal Torah – Pressburg Yeshiva, I understood that the high level of learning at the Nehardea Yeshiva had provided me with a significant advantage over all the other fellows in the shiur who had come from other yeshivot ketanot.”

David Marck, graduate student 2013