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The Dr. Abe Chames High School of Yeshiva Toras Chaim/Toras Emes held its Annual Open House for prospective ninth grade talmidim and their parents on December 5. The open house provided an opportunity to meet the roshei yeshiva, principals, administrators, teachers, rebbeim and current students, as well as a chance to tour the facility and learn about the yeshiva’s Judaic and secular programs.
Prospective talmidim and their parents heard from the yeshiva’s rebbeim and teachers regarding curricular and goals. They also met with students, who conveyed what it’s really like to be a talmid at YTC.
Located at 1025 NE Miami Gardens Drive in the vibrant Jewish community of North Miami Beach, Yeshiva Toras Chaim is celebrating its 27th year of excellence in chinuch (Jewish education). For further information regarding the yeshiva and its programs, visit www.ytcteam.org or call the high school office at 305-944-5344. Inquiries may also be directed to email@example.com.
About the Author: Shelley Benveniste is South Florida editor of The Jewish Press.
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