Program Overview

Daily Schedule

Shachris 7:30
Morning Seder    9:15-12:00
Shuir 12:00 – 1:00
Mussar Seder 2:30 – 2:45
Mincha 2:45
Second Seder 3:00 – 6:00
Night Seder 8:30 – 10:00
Maariv 10:00

 

Sedarim

First seder is dedicated to iyunIyun involves mastery of the text, the ability to identify overarching structure of the sugya, learning to become sensitive the nuances of the commentaries, defining the various conflicting opinions, and resolving difficulties of each approach. The cycle of mesechtas studied during iyun seder are: Kusubos, Gitten, Kiddushin, Baba Kama, Baba Metzia, and Baba Basra.  

Second seder is dedicated to bekius covering approximately two and a half blatt per week. There are two parallel tracks available for the seder: A) completing the iyun mesechta, or B) the studying of the major halacha masechtos (a five year cycle consisting of Brochos, Shabbos, Pesachim, Beitza, Rosh Hashana, Yoma, Avodah Zarah, & C)hulin). This includes learning how to extract the halach l'maaseh from the sugyas. To help clarify and retain what is learned, talmidim are encouraged to say shakla v'taria on the weekly limud.  The Yeshiva is extremely proud of the ability of our talmidim to retain what they have learned for years to come.

Night Seder is used to supplement the needs of the other two sedarim & for reviewing the material covered. A special Iyun shiur is available for advanced talmidim.

 

Shabbos

The Yeshiva firmly believes that Shabbos is an integral part of a talmid’s development, and as such, all talmidim are asked to stay in Yeshiva for Shabbos.  Shabbosim in Yeshiva have a unique flavor which include inspirational shiurim on machshava, eating together with the rebbeim in their homes, and malava malkas.

 

Hashkafa and Mussar

Hashkafa and mussar in yeshiva are presented in a variety of shiurim. Some of these are nightly vaadim, a weekly mussar shmuess, Friday morning machshava shiur, shabbos morning hashkafa shiur based on Rishonim on the parsha, and Maharal on Pirkei Avos.

 

Smicha

For talmidim of the appropriate caliber, the Yeshiva offers a Smicha program. Entry to the program is based on the evaluation of the Rosh HaYeshiva