Surrounded by miles of cornfields and about an hour’s drive from the bustling city of Montreal, resides Yeshivas Tomchei Temimim Lubavitch – Or Menachem Napierville.
Napierville is a small rural village with a population of only a few thousand, a place where Bochurim can be away from the distractions of the city and learn in a large, spacious and quiet environment.
This upcoming year marks Shnas Hatov, the 17th anniversary of the Yeshiva from when it was founded in the year 5763 (2003), by Rabbi Yehuda Dahan, Menahel of the Yeshiva.
Yeshiva Tomchchei Tmimim Lubavitch- Or Menachem’s Shnas Hatov (17 years) started off in full swing with Shiurim and catered sessions for the individual needs of every Tomim.
Yeshivas Tomchei Temimim Lubavitch – Or Menachem is devoted to helping each and every student succeed in achieving their goals. With small classes and a high staff-to-student ratio, each student receives personalized attention and constant support to raise their learning level.
Other than for the learning in the Yeshiva, the Yeshiva also takes great care in boosting the level of Yiras Shomayim of the Bochurim and encouraging them to add in their Chassideshe Hanhagos, With Farbrengens multiple times a week, guest speakers and Mashpi’im, Weekly Friday Mivtzoim in Montreal, personalized coaching and assistance for the Bochurim in Limud Baal Peh and much more.
Additionally, the Yeshiva offers for Bochurim interested in secular studies, private tutoring is available on English, Mathematics and Safrus. Studies are complemented by sports, music, outdoor extra-curricular activities and trips.
“This year, the Yeshiva’s ‘Shnas Hatov’” says Rabbi Dahan “many new improvements were and are being made B’gashmius Ub’ruchnius to ensure that the Bochurim will receive a ‘Shnas Hatov’ B’gashmius Ub’ruchnius”
The Yeshiva’s grounds also hold a large area for the Bochurim to play sports on campus; the Yeshiva currently holds a Basketball and volleyball court. In addition to plenty of extra outdoor space for the Bochurim to relax and get fresh air to be able to help them concentrate and focus better in their learning. After Bein Hazmanim the Bochurim will be able let out their energy in a nearby gym as the Yeshiva’s outdoor grounds will be covered in snow.