About Us

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ABOUT US

“The yeshiva believes in fostering the growth of boys entering adulthood through a focus on limud haTorah, middos, mussar, and yiras shomayim.”

Walk into the bais medrash of Yeshivas Toras Simcha in Yerushalayim and you will immediately be struck by the energy in the room. Bochurim wrestling with sugyas together with their chavrusas. A dynamic, diverse staff comprised of both older and younger rabbeim, lead our caring staff which is always available to help when necessary, challenge when appropriate, and encourage their talmidim to climb, accomplish and shteig.
Yeshivas Toras Simcha is a perfect fit for the bochur who is serious about launching headfirst into full-time learning in Eretz Yisroel. Our nurturing bais medrash resounds with a vibrant kol Torah from early morning until late at night. The talmidim are in the company of English-speaking avreichim who themselves have come up through the ranks, and are there to lend a hand in their growth. Our shiurim are small, so the rebbe not only knows every bochur’s name, but is there to help him overcome any obstacles on his way to becoming a talmid chochom.

 

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The yeshiva was launched over 20 years ago by a dedicated staff including the renowned Hagaon Rav Asher Zelig Rubenstein, zt’l, and continues to be deeply influenced by his ahavas haTorah, yiras shomayim and simchas hachayim. Boys from across the world have coalesced during the course of the years into the Toras Simcha family, remaining in touch with their chaverim and rabbeim years after they have left. Many of our talmidim continue with us into our kollel after marriage..
The yeshiva believes in fostering the growth of boys
entering adulthood through a focus on limud  haTorah, middos, mussar, and yiras shomayim. They develop in their appreciation for hasmadah and tefillah, and learn to maximize their time, with measurable growth in both skills and devotion over the course of the year. At the same time, we also value the importance of physical activity, and our boys regularly use their time bein hasedorim to play ball or take a jog.