The Yeshiva High School is not just for those students who will enter the Talmudical Seminary and become future scholars, teachers and rabbis. In fact, the majority of our high school students go on to institutions of higher learning to pursue careers in other professions. The advantages these young men gain from learning in the absorbing and immersed environment of the Yeshiva are the values, the moral grounding, and the self-awareness with which they will approach their future. The Yeshiva Toras Chaim High School nurtures each boy, watches over his development as a human being and cares for his spiritual as well as academic needs. The relationship between a talmid—a student—and his Rebbe—his teacher—is meaningful as well as instructive. As our thirty-five year history shows, whatever career our students choose in their future, they become serious, caring members of the Jewish community.
Through small classes and individual attention, the High School instills in each student the ability, confidence and desire to engage in independent Jewish learning throughout his life. A quick glance at the students' daily schedule shows the strong commitment these individuals have made: the students' day begins at 7:30 a.m. and concludes at 9:30 p.m. But don't think these are not normal teenagers! The students use their free time to enjoy music, computer games, basketball, cooking, weightlifting and many other activities.
The High School is accredited by the North Central Association Commission on Schools, the most prestigious accrediting agency in the Western United States. The High School has completely up-to-date computer and science labs.
If you would like more information about Yeshiva Toras Chaim for a student entering high school, please call Rabbi Feldheim, the Principal of the High School at (303) 629-8200 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.