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Thanks DaMoshe, and popa_bar_abba it’s called Rav Teitz Mesivta Academy in the Jewish Educatuonal Center in Elizabeth NJ
I think it is separate, and it seems slightly more liberal than the ones you are talking about although still yeshivish.Apparently other BTs went to the Baltimore one, I still just have to try to convince my parents
Thanks for getting in contact with that rebbe lilmod! I had assumed we were talking about the Baltimore Chofetz Chaim, I contacted them and the menahel said they would accept me, but I will probably look into this one too.
Thanks lilmod! I’ll try to convince my parents
Lilmod, that would help a lot thanks, they haven’t responded to my email yet I don’t think they have answered my email yet but I’ll give them until after sukkos to answer again. My parents don’t really care so much about anything about schools besides college prep, and I don’t blame them for it, but it may mean I can’t necessarily go to an ideal place, but I guess only time will tell
Writersoul, thanks and yes while I do live in New Jersey and close enough to commute to MTA, both me and my parents think that dorming will be better, because being out of the house will be refreshing. Maybe I’ll shoot an email to Chofetz Chaim and see what they say. I looked into TABC and they would not accept me because of my lack of Hebrew skills, which was somewhat surprising but not a big deal, and RPRY would be great because they are in the next town over, although there isn’t a high school. I think Chofetz Chaim would be the best fit if it worked out, and iyh it will or someplace like it will, but I guess I’ll just have to wait and see and hope. GeshmakMan, thanks, that’s hopeful especially if I end up in MTA
Lilmod, I don’t think I know enough to attend those schools, and my parents want college prep and I don’t think they are, but correct me if I’m wrong because those would be ideal schools
Yehudayona, thanks for the suggestion, do you know of any of these schools?
Writersoul, also I do not know enough Lashon hakodesh to be able to learn from Hebrew sefarim yet, so most places probably wouldn’t be able to accommodate me, but MTA said they would
Thanks writersoul. I would look into more yeshivish schools but my parents want more of a college prep school, MTA is the closest I’ve been able to find so far.
Thanks Ivdu, that’s helpful. I’m A bt going into 11th grade next year and they said they most likely would be able to accommodate me but it’s always good to find out what people outside of their faculty would say. I also wanted to know more about the range of religiousness, as I am looking for a slightly more right wing place or a place with more right wing students. Thanks again
Thanks 147 and to everyone else. I will get my hands on an Ashkenaz siddur asap.
Well basically I don’t always do Locations and We are Your People. Also I daven out of a nusach sefard if that makes a difference
Thanks everyone I try to say everything when I can but sometimes skip the pre pesukei thinks besides korbanos and katores. And i was just wondering in general not that I have a time constraint right now. ThanksJuly 17, 2016 7:04 pm at 7:04 pm in reply to: Does anyone know of any good modern or yeshivish high schools in Jersey #1159487
Iacisrmma, thanks, I have heard of this but ive both heard it is modern and yeshivish, which way do you think it leans?
Thanks everyone, and Feivle it was no pester at all. I will try to find time to daven but I shower and then eat breakfast and I’m pretty slow with davening so time would be hard and I don’t k ow if I could finish by the time my bus leaves, but I will try. Thanks again everyone
thanks Geordie613 and akuperma
Feivel, I didnt phrase the other question well and I don’t think he answers applied to this same question, and I am pretty sure I did aknowledge some replies, although I realized they didn’t apply
Dov, I already have tefillin and have a fairly good knowledge of basic Judaism and halakha in general, but thanks anyways. Yehuda, I am a male
Also, since I can’t make it for a shabbos or yom tov since I have no one to stay with (at the moment), what are some other times tishen are held?April 22, 2016 2:18 am at 2:18 am in reply to: Going to Boro park for biur chametz, what time should I be there #1148984
Joseph, when is the end of the zman