Rabbi Emanuel Gettinger, Rosh HaYeshiva
Rabbi Daniel Greer, Menahel
Rabbi Avi Hack, Assistant Menahel
The Limudei Kodesh curriculum focuses on the loshon of Torah and chazal, engaging bochurim to develop an intimate relationship with learning. Students are empowered to make a layning and learn independently. Small classes are a hallmark at Yeshiva. In addition, Halacha, Parsha, Hashkofo and Jewish History provide strong background in yediyos, strengthening each Talmid's kesher with the vitality of Yiddishkeit.Limudei Kodesh
Yeshiva of New Haven offers quality general studies instruction. Experienced educators, graduates of Yale and other prestigious universities, cover a full course of History, Geography, Literature, Mathematics, Science and Spanish. Particular attention is given to developing writing skills; college-planning assistance and guidance are available. Eligible seniors have the unique opportunity to take Yale University courses without charge.General Studies
Bochurim absorb the importance of being involved and taking achrayus for Klal Yisroel. Success as a mentsch entails caring for the next person – nosei b'ol im chaveiro. Tutoring youngsters, preparing for simchos or assisting, r"l, at a levaya, Yeshiva students gain a feeling of commitment and community through "hands-on" experience. Talmidim develop a lifelong connection with Tefilla, learning to daven for the omud and layn.Inyonei Tzibbur
An exciting array of extra-curriculars supplements the academics. Davening and learning contests and visits with Gedolim help bring Limudei Kodesh to life. Trips to the State Capitol and historic sites augment the general studies classes. Recreational activities, including weekly gym and swimming with exclusive use of Yale facilities, and biking, canoeing and other excursions in the Connecticut countryside complete the program.Extracurricular Activities
Yeshiva is housed in a restored 1897 public school building – complete with oak wainscoting, yellow pine floors and stained glass. Outdoors, over an acre of beautiful grounds with grassy fields, basketball court and shaded benches await. The campus includes a comfortable dormitory and housing for Rebbeim and staff, all integrated and handsomely landscaped. The attractive grounds enhance the Yeshiva's warm ruach.