Educational Institute Oholei Torah is located in Brooklyn, NYC, but its students come from all over the world. A yeshiva for the worldwide Chabad-Lubavitch Movement, Oholei Torah provides educational resources for kindergarten students, elementary school, junior high, and high school grades.
The school was founded in 1957, and since then it has grown into an all-inclusive school of Jewish education.
Oholei Torah has two kindergarten campuses. One is located at 667 Eastern Parkway in Brooklyn and the other is in East Flatbush. Its high school, Mesivta, is located at 407 Troy Avenue. With these three campuses, Educational Institute Oholei Torah is a powerful force within the Jewish community.
In addition to the K-12 programs offered, Oholei Torah offers a Talmudical Seminary at the Eastern Parkway campus.
With its rich history and dedication to training young boys in the religious foundations of Judaism, Oholei Torah has not wavered from its mission. The primary goal of the school is to lead young boys into manhood and to live lives of Jewish joy. This was the vision of The Rebbe from the school’s beginnings and remains so today.
Today, Oholei Torah continues to expand and achieve greater influence within the Jewish community worldwide, within Brooklyn, and within New York City.