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Unread 12-25-2009, 03:58 PM   #1
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Yeshiva

Does any body know a yeshiva with judaic and a secular program with a dorm?
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Unread 03-22-2010, 02:52 PM   #2
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Yeshiva University. Machon Lev in Yerushalaim.

Or to refrase, you might be probably looking for a college with a Judaic program
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No for highschool
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Try L.A.

Yeshiva Ohr Elchonon Chabad in L.A. has a secular studies program as well as a dormitory.
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Does any body know a yeshiva with judaic and a secular program with a dorm?
B'h
Pittsburgh I believe.
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Yeshiva University. Machon Lev in Yerushalaim.

Or to refrase, you might be probably looking for a college with a Judaic program
I would watch your comments about yeshiva university. Most of their bochurim (obviously who take any interest in torah) can dance circles around (most) chabad and litvak bochurim when it comes to just about anything related to torah.

I've seen it happen sadly.

Part of the reason is that they actualy formaly teach you HOW to learn gemorah, as well as teaching you the grammar. (As opposed to just giving you a gemorah and seeing how you do.) (The other reason is that they are far more selective about their students, so meh)
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B'h
Pittsburgh I believe.
Last I checked (2002) lubavitch yeshiva in CH has a secular studies program of some kind. I know that YCL bochurim take their regents through them.

There is also an MO program in boston that prides its self on producing graduates who are not only able to apply for and recieve major scholarships to ivy league schools, but who are also able to learn any gemorah they choose, including getting semicha if they want. (although it is coed... not that there is any appriciable znut there, but if you grew up in boys only, it might be hard.)

Also, check out the yekkim, they specialize in this sort of thing.
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