At TTB, we offer an outstanding Judaic Studies Program with the objectives of imparting knowledge, instilling a love of learning and developing a high moral character.
The major focus of our Limudei Kodesh program is the intensive study of Gemara and classical meforshim. The primary objective is to develop the language, critical thinking, and reasoning skills necessary for sophisticated learning. Under the guidance of the Rebbe, talmidim are encouraged to carefully and thoroughly examine the text and dialogue of the Gemara, Rashi, and Tosfos. The shiurim are challenging and highly interactive, so that talmidim are stimulated and involved, and encouraged to exercise their own intellect in the learning process.
Our Rabbeim place a strong emphasis on the talmid’s character development; focusing on fundamental mussar concepts such as human dignity, derech eretz, honesty, humility, self-esteem and responsibility to Klal Yisroel. These values play a vital role in all areas of development, including one’s growth in learning, one’s understanding of himself, one’s ability to confront the challenges of life and appreciation of the richness and beauty of Yiddishkeit. The program includes shiurim based on the classical mussar works, open Hashkafa discussions, weekly shmuessin, and shiurim in Chumash where these principles are identified and elucidated.
In addition, we offer courses in Chumash, with the objective of inspiring a love and appreciation for the study of Torah Sh’bichsav with meforshim. We also offer courses in Halacha with the dual goal of the students achieving a mastery of the practical laws of everyday living, while at the same time becoming fluent in the reading and understanding of the Mishnah Berurah.
We are confident that, iy”h, with this comprehensive Torah education we will develop a well-rounded, self-aware Ben Torah who has a genuine love for Hashem, His Torah and His people.
Yeshiva Tiferes Torah emphasizes a rigorous academic general studies program that focuses on the development of multiple competencies for a rich engagement with modern culture and technology. English composition is viewed as a high priority, with an understanding that students will need to learn to write effectively to be successful in their future careers. Students at TTB are also taught communication skills in digital media that are necessary for business and academic achievement. History lessons concentrate on the importance of understanding the broader cultural themes that have shaped modern American society, as well as the economic and intellectual trends that shape our increasingly global reality. Mathematics, the core of STEM education, receives special attention, encouraging each student to master the skills necessary for advancement in careers related to engineering, computer science and many other fields. Our science curriculum places weight on the fundamental concepts of scientific thinking, with a view to applications in modern biotechnology. Our Biology Courses endeavor to create a rich learning environment in the sciences which challenge and promote scientific knowledge, understanding and exploration. With this well-rounded program every TTB student will be empowered with the skills necessary to further his education in the finest institutions of higher learning.
REPORTING MISCONDUCT BY INSTRUCTIONAL PERSONNEL AND ADMINISTRATORS
All employees and administrators have an obligation to report misconduct by instructional personnel and school administrators which affects the health, safety, or welfare of a student. Examples of misconduct include obscene language, drug and alcohol use, disparaging comments, prejudice or bigotry, sexual innuendo, cheating or testing violations, physical aggression, and accepting or offering favors. Reports of misconduct of employees should be made to Rabbi Yigal Abramchik and/or Rabbi Joshua Schloss and he will investigate the situation. Reports of misconduct committed by administrators should be made to Rabbi Saul Opoczynski and he will further investigate the claims. Legally sufficient allegations of misconduct by Florida certified educators will be reported to the Office of Professional Practices Services. Policies and procedures for reporting misconduct by instructional personnel or school administrators which affects the health, safety, or welfare of a student are posted on-site and on our web site at www.ttboca.org. Failure to report actual or suspended cases of abuse is now a felony offense.