New Israeli Yeshiva for Americans to Begin Elul in Florida

The new Mesivta in Eretz Yisroel for American teens that combines learning with a wide range of extracurricular and athletic activities, will be starting the year on the beautiful in South Broward, Florida.

Due to Israel being closed to young American students and unvaccinated tourists, the new Mesivta program in Eretz Yisroel for American teens will be starting in America on beautiful grounds in South Broward, Florida.

The Yeshiva is for bochurim ages 14-17 who will gain from half a day of learning and having more outlets in the afternoon. The program is comprised of half-day learning and half-day Krav Maga, agricultural activities in local fields and farms, swimming, drama, and sports. 

“Our objective in opening Machon Aharon is to create a warm, Chassidishe, homey environment for English-speaking students that will nurture their love of the Torah, Hashem, the Rebbe, and each other,” said Rabbi Heshy Zeitlin, director of the Yeshiva. “It was created for boys who would gain from a more hands-on learning experience.”

The yeshiva program was originally scheduled to open in Ma’aleh Efrayim, a quiet yishuv in the scenic Yarden Valley in Eretz Yisroel, will now open on beautiful grounds in South Broward, Florida, providing a similar serene setting that lends itself to a calm and relaxed atmosphere.

The bochurim will be guided and trained to learn the texts and gain the skills necessary to connect to the nigleh and Chassidus they are learning. The program will be open to only twenty-five students to maximize the focus and attention given to each talmid.

“We designed the school for boys that need, in addition to diligent Torah study, a variety of creative outlets to channel their energy to strengthen themselves to study even better,” Rabbi Zeitlin said.

Join this unique program to experience this amazing opportunity to grow and learn in a warm and supportive environment.

For more information email [email protected] with your name and phone number.

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