Student Life

Our beliefs, our heritage, and our values shape our daily life, both in and out of the classroom. 

We attract observant Jewish students from all walks of life and backgrounds. While most come from a day school and yeshiva/seminary background, some have been homeschooled or attended public schools. Many of our students work full- or part-time or take care of their family while in school.  

We gather on campus, united in our commitment to Torah, our education, and our community.

Daily Life

Men’s and women’s classes are held on separate days, and generally scheduled in the afternoons and evenings. This gives students the flexibility to learn, study, and work during the day.

Campus Gatherings and Activities

Student leadership opportunities are available in our student government, which organizes social, academic and community service activities. We regularly participate in community outreach and service efforts—such as blood drives—in collaboration with local organizations.

Alumni and students gather several times a year for community cook-outs and picnics.

Living and Learning in Los Angeles

Located between the Pico-Robertson and Hancock Park neighborhoods, there are many nearby kosher dining and living options, and social opportunities for Jewish students.