In keeping with our mission of personal, guided growth, we tailor each year’s courses to the boys’ backgrounds and interests. The AP program is open to the 11th and 12th-grade students.
AP courses for the 2021 school year:
Past AP Courses:
Differentiated Learning Opportunities
Every learner has an independent style and strengths.
With skill-based levels and one-on-one support, our academics are designed to allow each student to reach his maximum potential and gain the skills he needs to be successful in the modern world.
New for school year 2020: Three faculty members are participating in the Better Lesson Program. Made possible by a grant from the CJP, the teachers are discovering innovative teaching practices that reach and teach all of the learners in our classrooms.
College and Yeshiva counseling
Twelfth grade can be an overwhelming time for students as they decide where to advance their learning post-high school. With knowledgeable rebbeim and a dedicated college counselor on staff, Ohr Yisrael is committed to helping talmidim and their parents navigate the Yeshivah and college application process with confidence.
Our devoted rebbeim help our boys find the best yeshiva program for their needs. As well, Mr. Tabachnik meets with students and their parents to assist them with the college admissions process.
High school is the gateway to the future, and we’re here to help guide our students to the best choice for them.
Touro’s Lander College for Men Annual Beis Din competition is a unique opportunity for high school boys to develop their analytical skills and learn how to use and apply Torah sources in decision-making. Competing against close to 80 participants, the 2017, 2018, 2019, and 2020 YOY teams took home the second place award.
In 2020, Akiva Rosenberg, then a YOY junior, received a commendation from the National Merit program for his high PSAT scores. The National Merit tracks the PSAT scores of 1.5 million juniors across the United States, recognizing only the top 3%.
In June 2019, Yoseph Feld was presented with the Rose Ruderman Scholars Award for bringing the Yachad club to YOY. Each year, the foundation recognizes students across Boston who embody the traits of kindness and compassion, and who work to improve the lives of others.