Parsha thoughts during Breakfast
Preparation B'Chavruta guided by madrichim and rabbeim. Students are challenged to improve their textual skills and craft their own svarot on the sugia.
Advanced Gemara Iyun shiurim given by either Rabbi Chait, Rabbi Ginsberg, Rabbi Sklar and Rabbi Ziring.
LUNCH & BREAK
Three days a week, students rotate through four core areas of study, one per quarter.
Two days a week, students choose an elective in which they are able to focus their study to tailor their learning to their personal interests. Both the core and elective learning slots consist of a combination of independent /b'chavruta study, shiurim and student chaburot. Areas of study include traditional Bekiyut, Jewish & General Philosophy, Halacha, Tanach.
Assortment of shiurim which include Intro to Maimonides, What is the Mesora, Survey of Tanach, Hebrew Ulpan and more. There are also guest lecturers throughout the year.
Various shiurim are available, such as Fundamental Philosophy, Rational Midrashim and Meta Themes of Sefer Bereishit.
Via independent study, chavruta learning, small chaburot and one on one chavrutot with rabbeim and meishivim, students are encouraged to explore topics that interest them.
Students are welcome to learn in the Beit Midrash as long as they'd like. On Monday night there is vaad held in the different apartments. On Thursday night there is a late night Mishmar program.