Tashbar Sephardic Yeshiva Ketana
Tashbar Torat Hebrew Academy is a Sephardic Yeshiva Day School located in the Pico-Robertson area for children in Preschool through 8th Grade.
Our educational program emphasizes Torah Studies with a strong General Studies component.
Tashbar Torat Hayim is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) and is affiliated with the Bureau of Jewish Education of Greater Los Angeles.
Tashbar Torat Hayim Hebrew Academy is a Yeshiva Day School serving the Sephardic community in Los Angeles.
Our goal is to provide a warm and nurturing environment with a thorough and well-balanced curriculum in both Judaic and General Studies.
This diverse program provides the opportunity for our students to develop knowledge, critical thinking and problem solving skills while instilling within them the values of our heritage and love of Torah.
It is our aim to prepare our students to graduate with an interest and curiosity that will continue to inspire them in their secondary education and beyond and to help build the Los Angeles Torah Sephardic community of the future.
- Grades: Prekindergarten-8
- Students: 251 students
- Application Deadline: None / Rolling
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National avg.: 13:1
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None / Rolling
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