Nurturing Bnei Torah That CAN
At Shaarei Adirim, we empower our Talmidim for lifelong growth by inspiring self- confidence and nurturing life skills.
Values that inspire our
Commitment To Excellence
Achievements that become
In Shiur and in the Classroom
Through engaging shiurim, our Talmidim are motivated to apply themselves and master new concepts with their peers.
Our Bochurim take pride in their achievements and are inspired to excel in all facets of their lives.
At Other Opportunities
With real-life scenarios, our Talmidim are challenged to develop a variety of skill sets, along with their individual talents.
Our Bochurim master perseverance, responsibility, and problem solving tools that they carry into all areas of personal development.
The general studies curriculum at Shaarei Adirim aligns with the Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE) standards. Our program equips our Bochurim with an education that enhances their skills and is practical in their lives.
Our resource team collaborates with our teachers to differentiate instruction for each student. Utilizing their experience, talent, and expertise, our general studies staff engage our Bochurim and maximize their individual learning experiences.
Hear From Our Students
What They Say
Inside the Yeshiva
|7:54||Pre- Shacharis Shiur
Bochurim receive an incentive for attending a voluntary pre-Shacharis shiur with their Tefillin on. This promotes a smooth transition into Shacharis.
|8:55||Life Skills Shmooze
Daily lessons that focus on various life skills
An opportunity for our Talmidim to develop their skills and talents, and build their confidence.
|2:15||Vehaarev Na Seder
Utilizing Reb Dovid Neuman’s world-renowned Gemara program that has ignited a passion for learning in thousands, this seder is a highlight for our Bachurim.
Our general studies program is fully recognized by the State of Illinois and geared to accommodate all learning styles.
|8:00||Daily Night Seder/ Weekly Retzufos Seder
The Retzufos Seder includes 20 – 45 minutes of nonstop learning, which our bochurim often extend voluntarily. Each Retzufos Seder is followed by a kiddush and dancing celebrating the accomplishment.
To our warm and inviting dormitories