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Yeshiva Darchei Torah was established to address the need for a Jewish school education aligned with the philosophy and values of a growing local Jewish community. The mission of the school is to develop a superior general and Jewish education for students from nursery though graduate studies which stresses content mastery as well as critical thinking; to provide a safe and nurturing educational environment that brings out the potential of each individual; to create a community of learners for all levels which develops each individual's intellectual capabilities; to recognize and encourage individual student accomplishments; and to inculcate in students an appreciation of their community and respect for its traditional values. No local child is turned away due to disability.
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The thousands of Yeshiva Darchei Torah alumni are testament to the far-reaching effects
of a solid Torah chinuch. Make an investment in the next generation, today.
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A gift to Yeshiva Darchei Torah is an investment in the future of every single one of our students. The Torah teaches that each person is as important as the entire world. By planting and nurturing the seeds of a child's education, you have become our partner in building the future leaders of the Jewish people - in building worlds.

"It truly is a privilege to give back to Darchei, an institution from which I and countless others have gained so much."
— Moshe Caplan, Mesivta Chaim Shlomo Class of 2007