LEADERSHIP

ROSHEI YESHIVA

Rabbi Yigal Abramchik: Rosh Yeshiva and Executive Director at TTB received his Rabbinical ordination in 2007 from Yeshiva Chofetz Chaim. He simultaneously completed the highly regarded Principal Torah
Initiative course in school administration and the Mercaz Teaching Training Program. Rabbi Abramchik
is also a graduate of Touro College with a Bachelor of Science with Honors in Business Management and
Administration. His years as a beloved Rebbe in Yeshiva Tiferes Yisroel in Brooklyn, combined with his
school administration proficiency, gives him the skills and background needed to teach talmidim from his
heart and also ensure the Yeshiva operates smoothly. Rabbi Abramchik founded TTB in 2014, gives shiur
to the Bais Medrash bochurim and teaches in the High School. He is known for bringing out the best
qualities in his students, while also overseeing TTB’s daily administration, carrying forward a great
vision for the future.

Rabbi Shaul Opoczynski: Rosh Yeshiva and Dean of the TTB Bais Medrash, received his Rabbinical ordination in 2010 from Yeshiva Chofetz Chaim, having been fortunate to have learned under the venerated Rosh HaYeshiva, Rav. A. H. Leibowitz, zt”l. During his Kollel years, he served as a Rosh Chaburah to younger Bais Medrash bochurim, and later joined the faculty of Tiferes B’nei Torah, giving a popular Iyun Shiur for young professionals living in Queens. Rabbi Opoczynski began teaching the 12th grade Honors Shiur at his alma mater, Yeshiva Tiferes Yisroel, where he was famed as a most extraordinary Rebbe, also
giving weekly Vaadim for their Bais Medrash bochurim. Rabbi Opoczynski’s skill, understanding and
years of experience with young adults makes him an exemplary founding Rosh Yeshiva and Rebbe at
TTB to the Bais Medrash bochurim. He is known for inspiring each student to achieve their greatest
heights in Torah and personal growth.

Rabbi Yehoshua Schloss: Rosh Yeshiva and Principal of TTB’s High School, received his Rabbinical ordination in 2009 from Yeshiva Chofetz Chaim. During this time he completed the highly regarded Principal Torah initiative course in school administration, as well as the Mercaz Teacher Training Program. Taking advantage of every opportunity to immerse himself in education, he became a mentor for younger
students and Rebbe for the 10th grade Honors Shiur at Mesivta Chofetz Chaim. He later joined the faculty
of Yeshiva Tiferes Yisroel in Brooklyn as Mashgiach of the 11th and 12th grades and a member of the
administration of Bais Medrash Zichron Ezra. He founded TTB in 2014, and is known for his warmth and
caring nature. Rabbi Schloss develops and maintains close relationships with each of his students, making
him a prolific, skilled and approachable Rosh Yeshiva, principal and 9th grade Rebbe.

GENERAL STUDIES PRINCIPAL

Rabbi Moshe Dear: joins us with over 35 years of experience in educational leadership. For the last 20 years, Rabbi Dear has been working as the headmaster of Yeshivat Yavneh in Los Angeles, transforming the curriculum and creating a climate of educational rigor and excellence. Rabbi Dear is well known for his excellent rapport with students, parents, and faculty. Rabbi Dear was the awardee of 2013 Principal of the Year by the National Association of School Principals, in addition to other awards and recognitions.  Rabbi Dear has Semicha from Ner Israel Rabbinical College as well as a Masters Degree from Johns Hopkins University. 

ADMINISTRATION

Rabbi Yoel Goldberg

Director of Development

Rabbi Y. M. Stuhlberger

Assistant Menahel

LIMUDEI KODESH

Rabbi Avi Mandel

Rebbe

Rabbi Dovid Morgenstern

Rebbe

Rabbi Rafi Strassfeld

Rebbe

GENERAL STUDIES

Dr. Vladimir Baldelomar

Chemistry

Mr. Matt Debarger

Mathematics

Mr. Jeff Doctoroff

Mathematics

Mr. Fred Hock

Biology

Mr. Dan Dreyfuss

Physics

Dr. Michael Jasper

Language Arts

TTB's Hiring Policy/Teacher Qualifications

All classroom teacher that are hired to work at TTB, must have at least one of the following requirements:

  • Bachelor's Degree or higher in any subject

  • Three or more years of 9th-12th grade teaching experience

  • Special skills, knowledge, or expertise that qualifies them to provide instruction in 9th-12th grade subjects 

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Rabbinical Seminary of America

Yeshivas Chofetz Chaim of Queens