Inspiration for the new FTI Bais Medrash z’man Rabbi Yosef Yoffe addressed the Bais Medrash bochurim at a recent Thursday night Va’ad and discussed his chidushim on the word z’man (time) and making each moment count. An especially important message as we start off a
The FTI Yeshiva Family enjoys Shabbos in NY The Mesivta and Bais Medrash talmidim enjoyed our annual shabbaton to the Chofetz Chaim Yeshiva in Queens, NY on shabbos Parshas Tazria-Metzora. After a Friday afternoon enjoying famous New York kosher pizza in Brooklyn, and B-ball in the gy
Halacha, Chumash & Gemara Education for Today On April 20th, Rabbi Joshua Levy, Executive School Consultant for Torah U’Mesorah’s Department of School Growth and Development, trained our Rebbeim in the latest best teaching practices. By integrating these modern teachin
Snow couldn’t stop the Fun To celebrate the joyous chag of Purim, this year FTI students turned the school cafeteria into a disco. The entire school enjoyed celebrations throughout the chag, March 4-5. Even as the snow fell, spirits were high with students, staff, faculty, and g
Students traveled throughout the Holy Land The members of our Senior class, along with Rabbi Max, recently enjoyed a week-long journey visiting and learning at the holiest sites of Israel, as well as touring yeshivos that the talmidim are considering attending next year. For some stud
Rabbi Chananya Kramer is our Menahel, and he comes with a wealth of experience in teaching Mesivta bochurim. Rabbi Kramer has served as a Rebbe at Yeshiva Chofetz Chaim in Queens since 2008. There, he became a legendary teacher, satisfying each student’s individual intellectual appetite, and connecting to them with his magnetic personality and palpable concern for the needs of each talmid. He also holds administrative positions at several other youth-related Mosdos. Rabbi Kramer sees an incredible opportunity to help bring FTI – already a fast growing yeshiva – to a whole new level, and turn it into a premier Yeshiva which will positively impact the community at large as well. Rabbi Kramer is married to Hindy (nee Luban) and they have 5 children.