Yeshivat Keter Torah, a modern version of the classic Ketab, first opened its doors in 1999 under the leadership of Rabbi Mordechai Dabbah. The school currently offers grade levels K-8 with approximately 120 students. Our mission is to provide the Jersey Shore Sephardic community with an uncompromising education, rooted in the methodology and traditions of our illustrious ancestors.
Our Limudei Kodesh curriculum focuses on the development of excellent textual and comprehension skills, and promotes both depth and breadth of Torah knowledge. Our goal is to produce learned, committed, and confident individuals, exemplifying fine character, and exhibiting sincere enthusiasm for Torah study, religious practice, and support of their fellow man.
Our General Studies program, staffed by certified professionals, strives to endow our students with the fundamental skills they will need to succeed in any walk of life. Much emphasis is placed on the development of solid reading, writing, math and communication skills. Weekly experiments turn science into a hands-on “active learning” subject. Many extra-curricular activities are also incorporated into the educational program to create a consistently challenging and stimulating environment for our students. Our goal is to produce students who will be lifelong readers, writers, and thinkers.
Abraham Sion Mizrahi School
The Yeshiva’s elementary division is named after a young boy Abraham Sion Mizrachi A”H who passed away at a very young age. Max and Natalie Mizrachi wanted to retain the memory of their son through the prayers and learning of the children in the Yeshiva. The Mizrachi family reside in Brooklyn and are summer residents of Deal , who have developed a relationship and bond with Rabbi Dabbah. Both families suffered a tragic loss of a young child. Max who is aware of the power of the prayer and learning of school children, wanted the Zechut of the Yeshiva’s boys daily studies to be a merit for his son.