Or Chadash Institutions
The Or Chadash Institutions, founded in Jerusalem in 1995, encompass a Pre-School, Primary School, High School, and Kollel. Over the years, our Institutions have experienced significant growth, now accommodating over 750 students across two campuses. One of our main goals is to provide a well-rounded education that combines Torah and secular knowledge, equipping our students with the necessary skills and tools to pursue the path they chose. With an international team of educators, we warmly welcome students from around the world, recognizing their significance as the future of the Jewish people, deserving of our utmost attention, focus, and investment.
The Beit Midrash "Torat Shimon Michael Sellam," was established by Rabbi Shimon Yisrael Shlit"a. This Kollel aims at training Avreichim to become Community Rabbis and Judges, with certification and recognition from the Rabbinate of The Chief Rabbi of Israel. Presently, our Beit Midrash proudly hosts 300 avreichim.
At Or Chadash Institutions, we strive to foster a comprehensive transmission of Judaism, including Jewish culture, values, exemplary behaviors, and advanced studies. Our unwavering belief in the potential of current and future generations fuels our commitment to guiding them toward reaching their highest potential.
We invite you to join us in building our shared future. Together, we can make a lasting impact on the lives of our students, the Jewish people, and the world.
''It is an honor to be associated with this organization. The Rabbis are fantastic and doing a wonderful job, they achieve tremendous things!''
Mr. Simon Douek
President of the Institutions in USA
''An institution par excellence, with a well-kept building and beautiful premises. I am impressed by the teachers, the students and the atmosphere of this school...''
Mr. Saul Tawil
Honorary President of the Institutions in USA
Or Chadash is a wonderful institution! The building is physically beautiful but more than that, the faces on the children are the most beautiful. It must because the Torah they are learning is beautiful'. Their hearts are happy; they are eager to come to learn and it all shows in their faces.'
Mr. Shlomo Levy
President of the Institutions in Panama
CHILDREN FROM UNDERPRIVILEDGED HOMES