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    What is Ohr HaTorah Yeshiva High School of South Florida?

    Aprofessionally run four-year college preparatory yeshiva high school program for boys, Ohr HaTorah features a complete complement of regular and honors tracks in both Limudei Kodesh and college-preparatory secular classes. With A.P. classes, SAT Prep, as well as college and Israel Yeshiva guidance, our graduates will undoubtedly be accepted into both the finest Yeshivot in Israel as well as prestigious Colleges and Universities worldwide.

    With a full series of extra-curricular activities such as Shabbatonim, Mishmarim, fantastic trips, clubs, sports, and more, our Yeshiva will enrich the academic, social, and emotional needs of our student body! With high academic expectations in both Limudei Kodesh and secular studies, along with focus and defined expectation of behavior and midot, set within a framework of a true Torah environment, we are able to offer that intangible “Je ne sais quoi” which only a yeshiva with a high level of personalized attention can supply. As a proud pro-Israel institution, we encourage our graduates to spend at least one year studying in top-quality Israeli Yeshivot before returning and receiving the best college education possible.

    Built for the needs of South Florida’s diverse demographics, both of Ashkenazic and Sephardic heritage, our new, warm and inviting environment is a unique and exceptional opportunity in which a young man can grow, learn, and become a ben-Torah, all while receiving a sterling secular education in a safe and wholesome way. Please feel free to call us if you have any questions or would like to set up an interview. Rabbi Raphael Malavsky, Menahel/ Principal Endorsed by: Rabbi Yosef Galimidi, Rabbi David Elmaleh, Rabbi David Elbaz, Rabbi Gavriel Koskas, Rabbi Avishai Levi and Rabbi Moshe Matz. Board of Directors: Ely R. Levy, Daniel Bensimon, Jonathan Dagmy, Paul Feldman, Aaron Kurlansky, Sam Mawardi and David Zonana