Gavriel Blecher (Class of 2016) is about to start his second year at the Interdisciplinary College (IDC) Herzliya in Israel and is working on a double major, Business Administration and Economics. Gavriel also spent a few months at Yeshiva Gedola of Johannesburg before beginning university.
Moshe Jubiler (Class of 2016) has completed the Pisga Yeshiva one-year programme in Jerusalem, and now is learning full-time at the flagship Ohr Somayach Beis Midrash. Moshe has been promoted to higher levels of shiurim over this time, laying a very strong Jewish foundation for life.
Netanel Opert (Class of 2016) is currently learning full-time at Yeshiva Gedola of Johannesburg for his second year, laying a very strong Torah foundation. Netanel has been accepted to University of Cape Town for Bachelor of Social Science majoring in Political Science Philosophy and Economics.
Aryeh Ross (Class of 2016) has just begun to study Business Administration (undergraduate) at Jerusalem College of Technology. Aryeh has moved to Israel, and has also spent a year investing in his Torah education at Mayanot Men’s Yeshiva, also in Jerusalem.
Asher Valentini (Class of 2016) is studying Mechanical Engineering — Megatronics at Stellenbosch University (with academic scholarship award). Asher also spent a year at Yeshivat Tekoa in Judea, before embarking on this next leg of his academic career.
Rae Valentini (Class of 2017) has been accepted to study law (undergraduate) at Stern College for Women (Yeshiva University) in New York City. Rae also spent the last academic year at the Chaya Aydel Seminary in Florida.
Ben Tziyon Opert (Class of 2017) is currently learning full-time in Yeshiva Gedola of Johannesburg. Bentziyon has been accepted to University of Cape Town for Drama and Journalism, and chose to defer for now in order to attend Yeshiva full-time this year.
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