Yerusalayim Torah Academy Graduates June 2013

Yerusalayim Torah Academy Graduates June 2013

Yerusalayim Torah Academy Graduates June 2013

We are very proud of our 18 graduates! They are continuing to integrate into Israeli society next year.

Visit us at:
phone:054-668-8876 :טלפון

from Nefesh B’Nefesh: Yerushalayim Torah Academy for Girls
The goal of YTA is to ensure a successful absorption for new immigrants in high school by focusing on each individual student’s needs. The school provide a warm, caring environment which prepares English speaking girls for life in Israel. While there are new Olim in the school, most of the students have been in Israel for a few years.YTA offers a full Bagrut program. Students have a choice of three majors: computer science, art or dance. Students who have a good level of Hebrew can join one of two majors at Neve Ruchama: interdisciplinary science or graphic design.All classes are taught in English except for the Ulpan classes. The school provides the students with a tremendous amount of individualized attention in all subjects and especially in math. There is a rich program of extra-curricular activities which includes a weekly tiyul on Thursdays.Classes take place on Sunday – Thursday from 8:30 AM – 3:30 PM in the building of Ulpanat Neve Ruchama.Students come from Jerusalem, Efrat, Maale Adumim, Yad Binyamin, Beit Shemesh and Hashmonaim.


Dear Parents and Students,

Yerushalayim Torah Academy (Y.T.A) is a Yeshiva High School for English speakers located in Yerushalayim. It is designed especially for the Oleh and offers a new and innovative program that has become the model for the Ministry of Education.

Y.T.A. schools are partnered with an Israeli High School and our students become integrated with their Israeli peers. Students participate in a full Bagrut (Matriculation) program; those who are interested are prepared for the G.E.D. as well. Our students’ bagrut record is impressive.

Y.T.A. offers excellence in education. Students are inspired to take their studies seriously; at the same time, individual differences are accepted and respected. We focus on each student’s needs and encourage him/her to maximize his/her capabilities.

Y.T.A. believes in the Jewish value of self-improvement. We inspire our students to build warm and deep relationships with G-d, their teachers, parents, and friends. We rejoice in watching them mature and develop into positive and contributing members of Israeli society. Indeed, it is our profound desire to create a community that will serve as our talmidim’s support system so that they can comfortably acclimate to life in Israel.

I hope you will enjoy your virtual tour of YTA and look forward to hearing from you.

Sincerely yours,

Rabbi David Samson

Rosh Yeshiva / Dean

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