The years spent in Middle Division are among a student’s most exciting and formative ones. Students enter as “kids” and leave as young adults. For it is also the time boys and girls become Bnei and Bnot Mitzvah.
To guide students through this transformative experience the Yeshivah’s administration, faculty and guidance professionals are there every step of the way ensuring a challenging, healthy and secure environment.
Academically, students are exposed to a wide range of subjects and skills to prepare them for their future roles as adult members of society—a globalized society continuously evolving. In Torah Studies students learn Chumash, Navi, Lashon, Mishna and Gemara. The curriculum is designed to introduce students to the broad themes found in the texts studied as well as develop their language and textual skills.
In General Studies, students study Language Arts, Math, Social Studies and Science. While each discipline focuses on its specific subject material, all classes emphasize the development of writing, research and critical thinking skills. Additionally, all teachers are encouraged to work across their disciplines and expose students to an interdisciplinary approach to learning.
Through our guidance department, students are enabled to develop the decision-making and organizational skills necessary to thrive as adults.