Yeshiva Nachlas Yisroel Yitzchok is unique in the Israeli educational landscape. It is dedicated to serving boys from Anglo families who have made Aliya. Nachlas Yisroel Yitzchok does this by providing a warm, nurturing environment. Nachlas Yisroel Yitzchok offers programs to serve various ages, populations and needs. The high school program offers a secondary education that gives solid Torah values and facilitates acclimation for Olim and Anglo students living in Israel. The "Year in Israel" Program is designed to maximize the first year out of high school for American students completing the 12th grade, "Nachlas" offers this "Year in Israel" for the highly motivated student seeking a high-level learning program, combined with exposure and experience with their Israeli counterparts. The Bais Medrash program - for the more mature college - level student is an intensive classic yeshiva with a built in mentorship program that allows the older student to gain his first experience as an educator, allowing him, in a fully guided structure, to teach and serve as a role model for teens.
All programs are challenging programs on a high academic level. The Yeshiva boasts knowledgeable, experienced, caring staff who educate through a strong personal relationship, through a focus on individual strengths and through positive modeling. Nachlas Yisroel Yitzchok enables these immigrant boys to acclimate smoothly to their new society, and to grow together. Today, NachJas Yisroel Yitzchok graduates have moved on to some of the top post-high-school programs in the country. They are sought after because of their honesty, their academic excellence, their pleasantness and their positive outlook. Also, they have acquired a strong sense of personal responsibility to the broader Jewish community. It is clear that these valuable qualities were developed and internalized through their education in Nachlas Yisroel Yitzchok.
This last year there is a shortfall of $40,000 needed to pay back salaries and outstanding bills. The short term need is to get to a breakeven point and long term will need additional funds to enable this expand and enable them to accept additional students in this sorely needed unique yeshiva.