Barkai Yeshivah’s mission is to cultivate the unique potential of each ben and bat Torah, based on the belief that all elements of our world should be recognized through the framework of Torah. Our goal is to provide a warm, child-centered environment in which students can develop into lifelong learners and pursuers of knowledge who will become the leaders of the next generation. Our general studies program will develop high- level skills and a depth of knowledge that will enable our students to engage in the world as informed, proficient, and discerning citizens. Barkai’s Hebrew immersion program will provide our students with the ability to master the Hebrew language as well as instill in them a deep love for the people, land, and State of Israel. Our commitment to imparting our honored Sephardic heritage, traditions, and culture is essential to the preservation and continuity of our community for generations to come. Our students will emerge with a strong sense of personal identity, refined character, and as educated, well-rounded bene Torah. They will be well- versed in Torah and committed to Misvot, in order to live a Jewish life in the contemporary world.

What’s Happening at Barkai

School Announcements

Raising Balanced Children In An Unbalanced World The discussion about raising balanced children was informative and eye-opening. While Middle Schoolers attended classes, our panel of administrators elaborated on everyday issues parents are faced with and made suggestions for how both schools and families can handle them. It was an amazing night which concluded with an exciting glimpse into the much anticipated Barkai Yeshivah High School.

Responsive Classroom Greeting Our 5th grade boys participated in a classroom greeting which required cooperation from each boy to build a beautiful web. Reflecting on being a member of a class, it is important to work together and recognize everyone's individual role within the classroom community.

Art Theme of the Year - Architecture As an introduction to the topic, students were challenged to create the tallest free standing structure using mini marshmallows, toothpicks and spaghetti.

Creativity was abound as various formations took shape and strategies for height were learned and implemented.

  • Tuesday, October 4th- Wednesday, October 5th

    Yom Kippur - No Sessions

  • Monday, October 10th - Tuesday, October 18th

    Sukkot - No Sessions

  • Sunday, October 23rd

    Sunday Sessions Begin - Middle School Boys

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Barkai - The Reason Why