Limudei Kodesh

Future talmidim, you’ve come to the right place.

Inside our yeshiva, you'll find a warm and inviting Orthodox Jewish culture. Our passionate rebbeim take pride in teaching Torah.

Each class learns with the same rebbe throughout each morning’s limudei kodesh program. Each shiur is small so the rebbe can get to know, bond with, and support each boy in his shiur, helping him to achieve his very best.

A recent graduate from the Chicago area agrees, "At FYHS, every day I woke up eager to go to school. I loved shiur, loved all my rabbis, and developed relationships with them that I'll have forever."

"The rabbis are phenomenal," says a student from Denver. "They care; they're on your side and make sure you succeed."

Our high school students also benefit from the relationships they form with the older students on campus. The students at HTC and our Bellows Kollel serve as chavrusas and role models.

Limudei Kodesh Curriculum Includes: (Taught on Multiple Levels)

  • Torah – (Chumash and Commentaries)
  • Nach (Prophets and Writings)
  • Gemara – (Talmud)
  • Halachah (Jewish law)
  • Hashkafah (Jewish Thought and Ethics)
  • Ivrit (Hebrew Language)
  • Focus on Mussar and growth!
  • Guest Shiurim
  • Night Seder
  • Thursday night Mishmar – with Cholent!


FYHS is proud to offer each grade multiple levels of shiurim taught by dynamic, warm and caring Rebbeim. In addition, there are many more learning opportunities through Honors Bekius Option (HBO), early morning learning, mishmar and Yom Iyun programs with the YUTMK of Chicago.

Halacha, Chumash & Navi

Each shiur learns halacha immediately following davening in the morning. Chumash and Navi are taught towards the end of of each morning from 11:45-12:30.

Mussar and Growth

An essential part of our education is the focus on middos and growth as bnei Torah. Our students are fortunate to be able to form wonderful bonds with their Rebbeim and Mashgichim who help guide and model mentchlechkeit. FYHS also partners with Madraigos Midwest where our students participate in a life skills program titled, STEPS to Healthy Living.

Post-High School Yeshiva Learning

The success of FYHS is most evident in our alumni. Most of our graduates spend at least one year, and often two or more, in a yeshiva in Eretz Yisroel. Following yeshiva, many of our alumni pursue degrees in a yeshiva college setting, while some continue to learn full time. Regardless of which path a graduate chooses, he is armed with an FYHS education that prepares him for a broad responsibility to Klal Yisroel.

Our alumni have continued their education at a wide range of yeshivas, including:

  • Yeshivat Sha’arei Mevaseret Tzion
  • Yeshivat Sha’alvim
  • Derech Ohr Sameach
  • Yeshivat Netiv Aryeh
  • Yeshivat Kerem B’Yavneh
  • Yeshivat Ohr Yerushalayim
  • Yeshivas Bais Yisroel
  • Yeshiva Toras Moshe
  • Yeshiva Toras Chaim
  • Torat Shraga
  • Yeshivat HaKotel
  • Yeshivat Har Etzion
  • Midrash Shmuel
  • Mercaz HaTorah





School Email

Rabbi Aharon Cardash

9th Grade Shiur Rebbe

Rabbi Ephraim Goldman

12th Grade Shiur Rebbe & Mashgiach

Rabbi Aharon Gutstein

Resource Rebbe

Rabbi Tzvi Haskell

10th Grade Shiur Rebbe

Rabbi Shimon Langer

12th Grade Shiur Rebbe

Rabbi Yosef Polstein

11th Grade Shiur Rebbe

Rabbi Ben-Zion Rand

Resource Rebbe

Rabbi Moshe Schecter

11th Grade Shiur Rebbe

Rabbi Yaakov Silverman

10th Grade Shiur Rebbe

Rabbi Yaakov Sussman

12th Grade Shiur Rebbe

Rabbi Zvi Zimmerman

9th Grade Shiur Rebbe & Mashgiach

Rabbi Ari Zucker

11th Grade Shiur Rebbe