Boys Junior

& High School

Yeshiva-Style Program

Our

Students

Our Yeshiva-style program serves boys ages twelve and up with:

  • Developmental delays
  • Autism Spectrum Disorders
  • Emotional and Behavioral Disorders
  • Learning Disabilities
  • Intellectual disabilities
  • Traumatic Brain Injuries
  • Other impairments

Our Curriculum

Students experience a classic Yeshiva model within the structure of ABA and personal instruction.

Each student is assigned a 1:1 instructor who helps them navigate day-to-day tasks in the greater community independently. In addition, therapists work one-on-one with students to develop skills across the board.

Our devoted Rebbe teaches each student according to their academic level while applying thematic concepts to different units. 1:1 instructors help the students master each concept fully and develop new cognitive skills.

The Yeshiva-Style Program at Yad Yisroel is designed to help boys navitage mainstream vocational and social settings. It teaches academic and social skills while actively integrating our young adults into the community.

 

In addition to the academic curriculum, students study vocational skills that suit their individual talents, abilities, and temperaments. Students, parents and staff work together to determine which vocation would best suit each learner, thus ensuring promising futures for all of our students.

Our goal is to help students become confident, happy, and independent. Together with our students, staff, and parent body, we work to give every student the skills they needs to succeed.

 

The Yeshiva and Beyond