Does Torahverse guarantee preparedness for Jewish high school?
The courses we offer provide each student with the knowledge, skills, and fluency that is required for admission into traditional Jewish day schools. At this time, our program is accepted by YULA High School in Los Angeles, Ca. We are currently building partnerships with multiple other Jewish high schools. As we introduce new educreators throughout the year, each will have rabbi/morah recommendations. Additionally, we issue standardized testing with JSAT to ensure students are up to par with their peer groups standards.
Will my child have personalized attention in each virtual/hybrid class?
Because our classes are premised on contemporary educational successes, every class functions for the ideal amount of students in order that each one receives the optimal attention for that class to reach it’s promised outcomes.
What are the advantages of Torahverse courses?
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What is the breakdown for each course throughout the year?
The year is broken down into five, 2-month sessions. Ex: Session One (September-October), Session Two (November-December), Session Three (January-February) and so on. Parents can sign up 2-months at a time or for the entire year. Calendar will be released after a student is enrolled.
How many students are required for a course to begin?
Every educreator requires a different minimum enrollment for course to being. For example, A minimum of four students is required to enroll in each of Rabbi Chustckie’s classes. Payment of registration reserves your child(ren)s spot. Once the course is ready to go you will be invoiced and you will be notified of the exact start date and all necessary information on that course.
Will Torahverse be offering more classes throughout the year?
We will continue to introduce more courses for males, females, and other age groups to include: Ivrit, Gemara, Mishna, Halacha, Chumash, Navi, Jewish electives, and more.