Yeshivat Kadimah emphasizes the core belief that a love of G-d and G-d’s Torah, both Written and Oral, is at the very center of our existence as Jews, and represents the lens through which we look at life, as the values and principles of Torah and halacha guide our response to each and every opportunity and challenge.
Our rigorous, college preparatory program emphasizes excellence in both general and Judaic studies, while the supportive and nurturing atmosphere fosters both personal and intellectual development. Yeshivat Kadimah seeks to spark in our students a love for the study of Torah and the practice of Judaism, and to provide them with the tools and inspiration for life-long learning along with a deep devotion to both the Jewish People (עם ישראל) and the State of Israel (מדינת ישראל).
Kadimah means "forward." Though rooted in tradition, Yeshivat Kadimah utilizes innovative techniques and technologies, such as distance learning, to reinvent and reinvigorate the Orthodox Jewish classroom.
Yeshivat Kadimah provides differentiated instruction to meet the needs and interests of each student.
Hebrew language is a strong component of the curriculum, reflecting its importance both as a vehicle to understanding classic Jewish texts, as well as recognizing its unique role in the revitalization of the modern State of Israel.
Yeshivat Kadimah strives to successfully develop outstanding Bnei and Bnot Torah who live full, meaningful, and productive Jewish lives.
Open to the entire community, Yeshivat Kadimah is devoted to Ahavat Yisrael, love for all Jews, and emphasizes respect for one another.
Our experienced faculty and staff are committed to each student, and to personalizing the Kadimah experience so that each of them receives, and contributes, according to their personal goals and talents. Our “Friday Experiences” ensure the real-life connection of studies to the community, and ground our studies in action.
Yeshivat Kadimah High School operates in an atmosphere of utmost sensitivity and respect for each student and faculty member. This atmosphere, respect for halacha, and the educational goals of the Yeshiva, are the basis for the vision of separate programs for boys and girls.