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Yeshiva of Great Neck is a yeshiva high school located in Great Neck, NY, geared towards educating ambitious young men who are looking to grow into בני תורה and בעלי מוסר, while being prepared to excel in the career of their choice.

We are committed to maximizing the potential of each and every talmid, ensuring that they become the biggest בן תורה that they possibly can.

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("Yeshiva of Great Neck" is not affiliated with "Yeshiva of Great Neck, Inc" in Far Rockoway)

 לימודי קודש REBBEIM AND הנהלה

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Rabbi Michael Katz

Rosh Hayeshiva

Rabbi Moshe Strassfeld

Rosh Hayeshiva

Rabbi Aryeh Warshavchik


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General Studies Dean

Mr. Bradley Herman comes to us with thirty years of experience as a teacher and school administrator in the New York City public school system.  This experience has taught him that keeping students active and engaged in the learning process, and having students take ownership of their education is the best way to ensure student success.


As a career educator, Mr. Herman stresses that we must teach, and graduate, students that are capable of critical thinking, so as to better understand the world around them, and have the skills necessary to make complex decisions, and handle challenges of the wider world.

Mr. Herman leads the General Studies Department in such a way that all students receive a quality education, and stand poised to enter any field of their choice following High School.

Mr. Bradley Herman

US History

Dr. Farshad Tamari


Mr. Robert Brusca


Mr. Adam Ahmad


Mr. Paul Becker

Global History


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Mesivta of Great Neck

175 Community Drive Suite 2 Great Neck, NY 11021


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Notice of Nondiscriminatory Policy As To Students


Mesivta of Great Neck admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.

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