Seder and learning are a cornerstone of our program. We begin our day lively and interactive chassidus classes, focus on davening, and continue into the morning seder with classes on Gemoro and Halacha.
We strongly believe that learning should also be experiential and make it as relatable as possible. We learn about the Beis Hamikdash and its Keilim with a tour to the gates of Har Habayis, a visit to the Temple Institute, and more. The same goes for our Mivtzahs, special Shiurim by Rabbi Avtzon of Yerusholayim and a Chassidic perspective on psychology class given by Rabbi Schneerson.
Due to the nature of the Yeshivas Kayitz, it is non-negotiable that the talmidim adhere to the basic safety standards of the Yeshivas Kayitz, this includes being accounted for at all times and to follow all the rules during the entire duration of the Yeshivas Kayitz.
Being in Yerusholayim offers an unparalleled access to education, inspiring, and fun activities. Some of our activities include: Sunrise Shachris at the Kosel, rappelling at the Ramon Crater, a scavenger hunt at the Shuk, whitewater rafting at the Jordan River, Shabbos in Chevron, biking in the Judean Hills, guided tours to the historic neighborhoods of Yerhusolayim, camelback riding, and much much more.