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At the Forefront of Torah & Secular Education

Established in 1953, YRITEA has grown to be the largest Orthodox elementary Day School outside the New York Metropolitan area currently teaching over 1,000 boys and girls. Offering an extensive Hebrew studies program and fully accredited general studies program, YRITEA is at the forefront of providing quality and superior education to our students with many of our graduates achieving successes in both the worlds of Limud HaTorah and business.

But more than an education, YRITEA teaches a “Derech Hachayim,” a way of life which has inspired generations of Bnei Torah who are committed to the ideals and morals learned at YRITEA and cultivated by our dedicated Rabbeim, Moros, and teachers.

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Amazing School

Rabbi Yechiel Yehuda Isacsohn

Built on a Legacy of Excellence

When Rabbi Yechiel Yehuda Isacsohn, a Holocaust survivor and immigrant, needed to move to Los Angeles for health reasons in 1955, he did so with a heavy heart due to the lack of a Torah day school which upheld the standards of Torah, middos, and ethics he wanted for his own daughter.  Rav Isacsohn, who was fondly known as the “Immigrant Rabbi”, thus began his mission to bring a school that could parallel those of the East Coast and which would personify those yeshivas lost in the alter heim.

Through many obstacles including lack of funding, a damaging fire, being displaced several times and Rav Isachsohn’s own failing health, the Yeshiva grew to what it is today, a beautiful campus with five separate buildings which house the Yeshiva’s five divisions ranging from Early Childhood through Junior High school.

Today, the Yeshiva continues the legacy of Rav Isacsohn in providing Los Angeles youth, with not just a quality education but a foundation built on Yiddishkeit, Torah and middos.

Calendar

  1. 03

    Mother/Daughter Bas Mitzvah Dinner

    March 3, 6:00 PM
  2. 09

    Taanis Esther

    March 9, 12:30 PM

    12:30 PM Dismissal

  3. 10

    Purim/Shushan Purim

    March 10 - March 11

    No Session

  4. 20

    Report Cards – Term II

    March 20
  5. 05

    Pesach Recess – No Session

    April 5 - April 19
  6. 20

    Yeshiva Resumes Regular Time

    April 20
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“Teaching is not about numbers and facts, it’s about reaching the hearts and minds of our students, impacting and building the next generations, and passing on the torch of our mesorah.”

Rabbi Yakov Krause

Mazel Tov!

Chumie Altusky and Chosson
on their marriage!
To her parents Rabbi and Mrs. Yitzchok Altusky
Deena Mandelbaum and Chosson
on their marriage!
to her parents Mr. and Mrs. Shemaya Mandelbaum
Nechama Weiss and Chosson
on their marriage!
to her parents Mr. and Mrs. Tully Weiss
Michoel Heyman
on his bar mitzvah!
to his parents Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Heyman
Rabbi and Mrs. Moshe Ribiat
on the birth of a baby boy!
Rabbi and Mrs. Sholom Weil
Birth of a grandson
Rabbi and Mrs. Boruch Zheutlin
Birth of a Granddaughter
Rabbi and Mrs. Yaakov Vann
Birth of a Granddaughter
Hillel Essas and Kallah
on their engagement!
to his parents Mr. and Mrs. Yossie Essas
Rabbi and Mrs. Shlomo Hauer
Birth of a grandson
Rabbi and Mrs. Ushi Klein
Birth of a grandson
Mr. and Mrs. George Mann
Birth of a Great Granddaughter
Sarah Esther Tolwin to Yehuda Pollack
on their marriage!
to her parents Mr. and Mrs. Simcha Tolwin
Mr. and Mrs. Simcha Bornstein
on the birth of a baby girl!
Rabbi and Mrs. Avrohom Czapnik
Bar Mitzvah of a grandson
Mr. and Mrs Shlomo Aron
on the birth of a baby girl!
Rabbi and Mrs. Moshe Chaim Union
Birth of a Son
to the grandparents Rabbi and Mrs. Benzion Litenatsky
Rabbi and Mrs. Shlomo Hauer
Birth of a Granddaughter
Rabbi and Mrs. Boruch Gradon
On the birth of a grandson
Shaya Klein
on his bar mitzvah!
to his parents Rabbi and Mrs. Ushi Klein
Mrs. Dvorah Litenatsky
Bar Mitzvah of a great-grandson
Mrs. Dvorah Litenatsky
Birth of a great-grandson
Rabbi and Mrs. Benzion Litenatsky
Bar Mitzvah of a grandson

The right tools can set your child up for success

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Junior High Girl’s Supply List
Junior High Boy’s Supply List
Elementary Girl’s Supply List
Elementary Boy’s Supply List

How You Can Help

Yeshiva Rav Isacsohn Toras Emes depends on the support of their parent body to continue providing excellence in education and child development. Please help us in any way you can through a general donation or from one of our three programs.
CALL THE BUSINESS OFFICE FOR QUESTIONS  323.549.3180

Merchants Accepting Yeshiva Scrip

*Vendors with an asterisk give 5% when you write your check to YRI-TEA SCRIP

  • Ariel Glatt Kosher Market* 323-964-9438
  • Cambridge Farms* 818-506-6661
  • Elat Market 310-659-7070
  • Encino Glatt Market* 818-343-7900
  • Fairfax Fishery 323-653-6333
  • For Kids Only* 323-650-4885
  • Glatt Mart* 310-289-6888
  • La Brea Kosher Market 323-931-1221
  • Le Market 818-763-5223
  • Livonia Glatt Market* 310-271-4343
  • Memories ‘N More 323-930-1764
  • Pico Glatt Market* 310-785-0904
  • Ram’s Judaica Wholesale 310-801-6954
  • Super Sal’s Market* 818-906-2815
  • Three Amigos Produce 323-951-9167
  • Western Kosher Fairfax 323-655-8870
  • Western Kosher Pico 323-933-8283

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Our Locations

The yeshiva is proud to have a beautiful campus with facilities dedicated to each of our five divisions.
For your division, please contact us at the information below.

Early Childhood
636 North La Brea AvenueLos Angeles, CA 90036
323.549.3165
Boys Elementary
540 North La Brea Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90036
323.549.3170
Girls Elementary
555 North La Brea Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90036
323.549.3186
Boys Junior High
7011 Clinton Street
Los Angeles, CA 90036
323.549.3176
Girls Junior High
529 North La Brea Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90036
323.549.3106

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