Don’t Just Continue Learning.
ABOUT THE YESHIVA
YESHIVA OF SOUTH FLORIDA is designed to continue the path of growth in Avodas Hashem and Talmud Torah that Talmidim cultivated while learning in Eretz Yisrael. Our goal is to be a Makom Torah where Talmidim thrive and develop into Talmidei Chachamim, Bnei Aliyah and Bnei Torah for life.
In our Yeshiva, Talmidim are fully immersed in a dynamic Torah environment, as they are surrounded by warm Rebbeim and Kollel members from early morning
until late at night.
A key part of the Yeshiva’s design
are the closer relationships that are fostered between the Rebbeim and Talmidim. Our Rebbeim are all extremely devoted to this goal.
The Yeshiva daily schedule includes 3 Sedarim (morning, afternoon and night), along with 2 daily college classes (allowing for 12-18 credits per semester). This schedule is designed to facilitate full immersion in the Beis Medrash, while pursuing an undergraduate degree.
All elements of Yeshiva life are contained on our beautiful campus: The Beis Medrash, college classes, cafeteria, and dormitory. This allows for maximum focus.
The Torah environment
that we are fostering in sunny Boca Raton is a peaceful enclave away from the bustle of distractions, fulfilling the directive of Chazal
“הוי גולה למקום תורה.”
The Yeshiva week extends through Shabbos, with a full Shabbos-in-Yeshiva experience. This includes Friday Night Tisches and Melave Malkas with Rebbeim, along with Yeshiva Davening and Yeshiva Seudas. Off-Shabbosim are scheduled every 3 weeks.
RABBI YONI LEVIN
An accomplished Talmid Chacham, Rabbi Levin is widely admired for his unique capacity to draw from a wide variety of Torah sources and share them in an organized, compelling and inspiring fashion. He has made a Siyum HaShas in each of the past eleven years, and recently authored his first Sefer, Libi Omer, on Inyanei Chanuka. Rabbi Levin additionally serves as Assistant Rabbi at Congregation Aish Kodesh, and will be returning to NY for the weekends.
RABBI SIMCHA SHABTAI
Rabbi Shabtai serves as Rosh Beis Medrash at Boca Raton Synagogue where he organizes and directs learning initiatives, including the Boca Summer Kollel, which he founded. He learned in Reishit, Mercaz HaRav, and YU, participating in the Yadin Yadin Kollel. In addition to his BA and MA in Medieval Jewish History from YU, he has an MBA from Touro University Worldwide, as well as a Certificate in Entrepreneurship from Wharton School of Business.
RABBI YAAKOV STEINMETZ
A beloved and talented Rebbe, Rabbi Steinmetz is widely recognized for his ability to forge close relationships with Talmidim, and his capacity to explain complex Sugyas with clarity. Rabbi Steinmetz learned in Sha’alvim and Yeshivas Rabbeinu Yitzchok Elchonon, participating in the Kollel Elyon. He has served as a Maggid Shiur in the Post-Pesach Zman Program, as well as a Sho’el uMeishiv in the Mazer Yeshiva Program.
RABBI YITZCHAK ROSENFELD
Admired as an exceptional Lamdan, Rabbi Rosenfeld combines penetrating analysis with wide- ranging Torah knowledge. He learned in Sha’alvim and Yeshivas Rabbeinu Yitzchok Elchonon, where he participated in the Semicha Honors Program as well as in the Kollel Elyon. He has served as a Rebbe and Sho’el uMeishiv at Beis Medrash L'Talmud at Lander College, where he gave advanced Gemara Shiurim, Mussar Vaadim, and provided guidance to many Talmidim.
RABBI RAPHAEL STOHL
With an infectious love for Torah learning and living, Rabbi Stohl has inspired countless Talmidim and community members. His combination of masterful Torah knowledge with a boundless energy, enthusiasm, and warmth make him both beloved and impactful. Rabbi Stohl learned at Kerem B’Yavneh and Yeshivas Rabbeinu Yitzchok Elchonon, learning in the Kollel Elyon and subsequently in the Hollywood Lakewood Community Kollel. He directs the Masmidim Program at Katz Yeshiva High School, and is the author of a number of Sefarim: Toras HaKavod, Otzar HaSimcha, and A Deeper Look on Sefer Yehoshua.
RABBI EFREM GOLDBERG
A popular speaker and writer, Rabbi Goldberg's leadership and influence is felt beyond the Boca Raton Synagogue where he serves as Rabbi.
Lunch & Break
Seder focuses on careful reading and analysis of the Gemara and Rishonim, while Shiur addresses the material prepared with a special emphasis on fostering the Talmid’s ability to independently assess the conceptual underpinnings of the Sugya. Rabbi Steinmetz and Rabbi Rosenfeld give the two daily Iyun Shiurim.
Seder focuses on covering ground in the Masechta with clarity and retention, while a short weekly Chabura highlights key ideas from the Limud. Rabbi Bogopulsky oversees the Seder, and Rabbi Drory gives the weekly Chabura.
Weekly Shiur which provides a thorough overview of relevant fundamental Sugyas, with an eye towards a broad application to the rest of Shas. Rabbi Levin gives the Shiur Klali.
Seder focuses on gaining familiarity with a broad array of practical topics, while a weekly Shiur develops selected topics and their real life applications. Rabbi Levin gives the Halacha Shiur.
Seder consists of personal learning of classical Mussar sefarim, along with practical Chaburas to help each Talmid forge his path in Avodas Hashem and personal growth. Rabbi Rosenfeld gives the Mussar Chabura.
Night Chaburas on topics such as Machshava, Tanach and Chassidus, encourage our Talmidim to think profoundly and broaden their horizons in Torah. Rabbi Stohl and Rabbi Levin give the Night Chaburas.
The schedule of our Yeshiva allows students to participate in remote classes and to receive an undergraduate degree from Touro College New York.
Touro College provides customized academic offerings that serve the needs and academic goals of its students. Touro offers flexible arrangements that fit with our Yeshiva’s schedule, provides up to 48 credits for Yeshiva Israel study based upon each student’s Yeshiva transcript, and provides qualified Touro undergraduate students with preferred admissions opportunities for Touro graduate and professional programs. Students who apply and enroll with Touro may take a full-time student schedule (12-18 credits per semester).
Please note that Touro College has its own admission process, and acceptance to our Yeshiva does not imply acceptance to Touro College. To apply for this Touro program, please complete the application here.