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  • #588843
    yashrus20
    Member

    I saw alot of threads about “is this a good yeshiva”. So why not i dunno…mention a yeshiva you like and say why. That way well answer everyones questions. (my yeshiva better come up lol).

    #631525
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    If this is limited to just saying why you like a particular Yeshiva – we will keep it open. If negatives appear the thread will not only be closed, it will be deleted. YW Moderator-72

    #631526
    brooklyn19
    Participant

    cool this’ll come in handy for shidduchim 🙂

    (now i sound desperate! i’m really not – i just always have to call my brothers and ask about yeshivas. now i could date with some privacy!)

    #631527
    gavra_at_work
    Participant

    Brisk Mir Lakewood or you aint first rate

    #631528
    yashrus20
    Member

    Fine ill start.

    Beis yisroel- Is geat for bochim who want to stay for 2-3 yrs. The rebbeim are amazing, and are extremely warm. It has nice accomidations compared to other yeshivas. Its in an amazing location of n’vei yaakov, a nice welcoming chareidi community. Its hashkafa is-black hat but chilled. Most bochrim come from modern or down the road families. American yeshiva comparison: Darchei torah (i know alot of ppl who went from there to beis and they themselves say its simalar).

    #631529
    myshadow
    Member

    What is Shor yashuv in Far Rockaway like?

    #631530
    brooklyn19
    Participant

    what about chevron and rav zvi kaplan? i thought they were up there too.

    #631531
    yashrus20
    Member

    Shor yashuv is a great place for learning and college at the same time, chevron and rav tzvi are top yeshivos and are known to be pretty yeshivish (good meaning good for who).

    #631532
    [email protected]
    Participant

    Tomo!! and share hatorah, have great real serious learners, and open minded to the world.

    #631533
    myshadow
    Member

    Thanx that’s what I thought

    #631534
    beacon
    Participant

    I agree with brooklyn19 – only I usually ask my bro’s-in law… What type is Korbman’s?(in lakewood I think)

    #631535
    yashrus20
    Member

    TOMO is awesome, serious, brilliant, and normal bochrim. share hatorah is very similar in these aspects.

    #631536
    brooklyn19
    Participant

    yeah it is in lakewood. yeshivish, i think. i know him. (don’t ask how!)

    btw his daughter’s getting married tonight.

    #631537
    beacon
    Participant

    Oh I just heard it’s not the typical yeshivish place…

    #631538
    WOODRIGE1
    Member

    MYRCB a nice mix with diff types and gr8 hadrach (and a plus if your looking to live in brooklyn) ill answer Q on them!!

    #631539
    beacon
    Participant

    What’s MYRCB? Im guessing Chaim Berlin?

    #631541
    shkoyach
    Member

    Mesivta Yesh. R’ Chaim Berlin = MYRCB…

    #631542
    Bais Yaakov maydel
    Participant

    i know first hand that both Shaar HaTorah in Queens and TOMO are excellent, top-notch schools!

    definitely consider them, future MILs and FILs

    #631543
    mw13
    Participant

    for clarity’s sake, it would be nice if everyone says where the yeshiva they’re talking about is located.

    #631544
    asdfghjkl
    Participant

    has anyone ever heard of NOTE from YW Moderator-72: I am not sure what you are asking, please clarify your question and if it fits the criteria in post 2 of this thread it will be posted.

    #631545
    asdfghjkl
    Participant

    sry!! to rephrase:has anyone ever heard of a monsey boys high school yeshivas shaari asazim?? any good things i could hear about??

    #631546
    Joseph
    Participant

    All the above Yeshivas teach the heilige Torah and are GREAT!!

    #631547
    asdfghjkl
    Participant

    joseph:

    really??? no kidding????

    #631548
    Joseph
    Participant

    Absolutely.

    #631549
    Bais Yaakov maydel
    Participant

    asdfghjkl: funny that you ask about that school because i have a really good friend whos brother just switched this year to shaarei arazim. from what i hear, he loves it: small amount of boys, but still diversity, everything is personal and individual attention is given…idk anything about the learning or curriculum. i can try to find out a little more about it if you want

    #631550
    asdfghjkl
    Participant

    bym

    if possible i would appriciate it!!! thnx a friend asked abt it & thought the yw could help!!!

    #631551
    JAPP
    Member

    asdfghjkl,

    i heard its a very warm and caring it caters to special bochurim who nee a boost of ruchnius

    #631552
    asdfghjkl
    Participant

    thanx japp!!! that really helps the info you gave!!!

    #631553
    Joseph
    Participant

    asdfghjkl, are you considering going there or sending your kid there?

    #631554
    xerox
    Member

    joseph: does that make a diff? if so, how?

    #631555
    asdfghjkl
    Participant

    joseph:

    lol nice!! needed info on that place for a friend regarding a shidduch!!

    #631556

    MYRCB rocks!

    #631557
    asdfghjkl
    Participant

    chaimberliner:

    what could you share about your great yishiva for us?? about the boys/the learning/are they into college as well???

    #631558
    Joseph
    Participant

    asdfghjkl – MYRCB boys are a great catch. You’d be lucky to get one.

    #631559
    asdfghjkl
    Participant

    if i was a girl!!!!

    #631562
    Bais Yaakov maydel
    Participant

    ????? no way. what? i dont believe you. how do you explain the !!!!! after everything? lol

    #631564
    Esther1
    Member

    Whose yeshiva is Shaarei Arazim?

    #631565
    asdfghjkl
    Participant

    bym:

    ha ha ha ha!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    #631566
    SJSinNYC
    Member

    Yashrus, from my experience with people from Darchei Torah, they are yeshivish NOT middle of the road. [note to mod: not derogatory, just explanatory]

    #631567
    noitallmr
    Participant

    Anyone know of any decent Yeshivo’s in the U.K?

    #631568
    squeak
    Participant

    Joseph – believe it or not, I went there too.

    #631569
    Joseph
    Participant

    squeak, that must’ve been back in the day… 🙂

    Now are you open for lunch?

    #631570
    squeak
    Participant

    No, but a Chanuka party sounds good!

    #631571
    Joseph
    Participant

    consider it done. get my email from the editor.

    #631572
    surfer
    Member

    Rav Alster yeshiva in cliffwood n.j is a great one

    #631573
    alanzaguto
    Participant

    does anyone know about rabbi senters yeshiva in eretz yisroel??or does anyone know about yeshiva mercaz hatorah in eretz yisrael???i am looking for any info about those yeshivas???please post about them

    #631574

    Hi … I’m actually considering going to Mercaz after I graduate.

    What kind of info are you looking for?

    From what I currently know, it is a very warm place that gives you potential to really excel at learning, and is very open-minded hashkafically (sorry if i spelled that wrong)

    #631575
    notpashut
    Member

    Sjs,

    It depends on where you’re coming from.

    #631576
    JAPP
    Member

    please rephrase the post – it can be read and understood to mean something that you may not be saying

    #631577

    We have two sons in Chofetz Chaim in Kew Gardens Hills. This is a yeshiva that produces young men with amazing middos and a desire to give back to the K’al. It’s not surprising that so many of these guys go into kiruv and chinuch.

    The Yeshiva has several branches such as WITS in Milwaukee, Valley Torah in LA, Torah Chaim in N. Miami Beach, PTI in Vancouver, a new branch in Dallas, and, of course, in Yerushalyaim. The RY, Reb Henoch Leibowitz zt”l believed in going into communities where there was a need for greater Torah learning and starting out by building mesivtas and Beis Medrashes. The present RY, Reb Dovid Harris Shlita, founded the branch in Rochester.

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