Excellence in Torah
Excellence in Middos
Excellence in Academics
We believe that a bochur who is exposed to the proper role models, middos and a warm, torah-filled environment can take off and become a star. while some may say this, we have a 42 year track record to prove it!
Academic ProgramThe curriculum that the Yeshiva of Rochester offers is expertly crafted to push our students to their limits without making unreasonable demands. The first half of the day consists of five periods of Limudei Kodesh: Halacha, Iyun I, Iyun II, Bikiyus and Chumash. Our midday break allows our students to rejuvenate...Read More
Extracurricular Academic ProgramsThough the Yeshiva's curriculum is quite challenging, we encourage our students to be a cut above the rest. Because of this, extracurricular programming is distributed throughout the day. The "Tefillah Program" before shacharis, the "Monday Morning Breakfast Program" the "Megilla-thon" (completion of Maseches...Read More
Extracurricular Non-Academic ProgramsOur weekend programming is designed to refresh and re-energize our students in an enjoyable, healthy setting. Our Friday Afternoon Sports Program, Shabbos Morning Gala Kiddush, Sunday Afternoon Shopping Trip and Sunday Night Swim help our students recover from a challenging work-week. In addition, our monthly trip...Read More
Read What People Have to Say:
"I feel very privileged to be in the Rochester Yeshiva for my 9th and 10th grade years. I have seen myself grow in both learning and Yiras Shomayim. I also enjoy the close relationships I have with many of the dedicated rabbeim. Looking into the future, I hope to spend many more years growing and learning in the Yeshivas Chofetz Chaim of Rochester."
Yaakov Berenstein, current student
"My first year in TIUNY has been so enjoyable. I feel like I have grown so much since the start of the year. TIUNY is a very warm place where the rabbeim provide support every step of the way."
Menachem Porush, current student
"TIUNY is a yeshiva that really helps to develop each boys individuality while they grow closer to Hashem. They learn from the dedicated rabbeim who open their homes and hearts to the boys. They learn to think for themselves knowing that the Hanhala is always there to guide them."
Rabbi Dovid and Yiddes Bidnick, current parents, Cincinnati, Ohio
"I feel so fortunate to count myself, my son and my son-in-law amongst the alumni of the Yeshiva of Rochester. Rochester is the hidden gem in a world of many yeshivos. The talmidim that the Yeshiva produces are of the highest caliber. The deep love of ameilus b’Torah, combined with exemplary middos, are the signature characteristics of a Rochester Talmid. With Rabbi Menachem Davidowitz, a world class Rosh HaYeshiva, at its helm since 1974, it comes as no surprise that the Yeshiva has seen so much hatzlacha over the years. If you listen to The Shmuz, you will often hear of my Rochester experiences and my deep affection for this great Yeshiva. I wish them much continued hatzlacha and bracha."
Rabbi Ben Tzion Shafier, of The Shmuz
"TIUNY has been such a wonderful match for our son and for our family. I think that every parent holds his or her breath when sending a son away to yeshiva. We work to find a good fit, but so many important factors are intangible and don't come to light until the boys are actually living at the school. Very soon after our son arrived in Rochester, we began to breathe easier. He found wonderful, warm and talented Rabbeim with whom he connected, and caring families who took him under their wing. The quality of the curriculum and the caliber of instruction in both limudei kodesh and general studies are outstanding. What more could an out-of-town family hope for?"
David and Dana Becker, current parents, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
"TIUNY is my family. The Yeshiva nurtured me with wisdom and love from the age of 14 to the age of 28, providing me with an elite Torah education as well as a profound path in Mussar. Fellow talmidim were like brothers and rabbeim like fathers. Everything that I have accomplished is because of what was imparted to me in the walls of 769 Park Ave."
Rabbi Shmuel Wise of Real Clear Daf