The Klurman Mesivta High School of Miami purchased a new $7 million, 3.5 acre campus which will be renovated and transformed into a yeshiva campus with a beis medrash, classrooms, dormitory and a large assembly hall.
By Anash.org reporter
The Klurman Mesivta High School of Miami purchased a new $7 million, 11,862 square foot campus which will be renovated and transformed into a yeshiva campus with a beis medrash, classrooms, dormitory and a large assembly hall.
Located up until now at the Miami Beach campus together with the Yeshiva Gedolah of Greater Miami Rabbinical College, the Klurman Mesivta High School prides itself for bein an advanced program of traditional Torah learning, along with a fully-staffed General Studies program. The learning program is enhanced by regularly schedule farbrengens, periodic Shabbatons and guest lecturers.
“After years of searching and explosive growth, we finally found a beautiful home for the Klurman Mesivta,” the yeshiva’s directors announced.
The new campus is 3.5 acres, with 3 buildings totaling 50,000 square feet. One building will serve as a dormitory, kitchen, and cafeteria. The second building will house the beis medrash and classrooms, and the third building will serve as an assembly hall.
“The purchase of the campus is a new plateau for the entire Lubavitcher Educational Center, allowing us to take the next big step,” they said.
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