Wisconsin Institute For Torah Study

  • A quick walk through Wisconsin Institute For Torah Study reveals a very unusual and special rapport between students and their Rabbeim.
  • The Rabbeim combine their enthusiasm with their ability to touch the minds and hearts of teenagers, creating an open environment for the learning and understanding of Torah and its whole system of Jewish values.
  • Chinuch, in its truest sense, should encompass the total development of the Talmid as a complete human being.
  • A Yeshiva needs then to concern itself with the physical, psychological and emotional development of a student, together with his spiritual and intellectual advancement.
  • Inherent in the philosophy at WITS is the concept that a young man needs a warm, caring, honest environment in order to thrive.
  • A particularly unique aspect of WITS is the relationship between the administration/teaching staff and the parents.
  • WITS views itself as a partner with the parents in their son's education and encourages an open, ongoing dialogue between school and home.
  • The enriched perspective and unified agenda which parents and teachers develop through this sharing of information and ideas is invaluable in providing the guidance and direction so vital to the development of each young man in his teenage years.

School Overview

Religious AffiliationJewish
Grades OfferedGrades 9-12

Student Body

Total Students67 students
Student Body TypeAll-boys
Students by Grade Wisconsin Institute For Torah Study Student By Grade

Academics and Faculty

Total Classroom Teachers4 teachers
Student : Teacher Ratio17:1
National avg.: 13:1

Finances and Admission

Admission DeadlineNone / Rolling

School Notes

  • A quick walk through Wisconsin Institute For Torah Study reveals a very unusual and special rapport between students and their Rabbeim. The Rabbeim combine their enthusiasm with their ability to touch the minds and hearts of teenagers, creating an open environment for the learning and understanding of Torah and its whole system of Jewish values. Chinuch, in its truest sense, should encompass the total development of the Talmid as a complete human being. A Yeshiva needs then to concern itself with the physical, psychological and emotional development of a student, together with his spiritual and intellectual advancement. Inherent in the philosophy at WITS is the concept that a young man needs a warm, caring, honest environment in order to thrive. A particularly unique aspect of WITS is the relationship between the administration/teaching staff and the parents. WITS views itself as a partner with the parents in their son's education and encourages an open, ongoing dialogue between school and home. The enriched perspective and unified agenda which parents and teachers develop through this sharing of information and ideas is invaluable in providing the guidance and direction so vital to the development of each young man in his teenage years.

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