Valley Torah is passionately dedicated to inspiring deep, caring relationships that encourage a true love of learning, leadership and Judaism. Our rebbeim and teachers focus on the social, emotional, religious and academic needs of each student, adapting curricula and lessons to maximize your child’s chance of success.

Our rigorous, globally-inspired dual yeshiva and college preparatory curriculum readies students for all challenges – both in and out of the classroom. The educational experience is further enriched by the myriad of co-curricular programs found here. Students fortify their identities as independent young men through athletics, self-guided projects, mishmar, service learning, onegs, in-depth intraterm classes, shabbatonim, educational trips, or our wide array of clubs. At Valley Torah each student can create a learning experience that is uniquely theirs while building a strong sense of community, leadership and brotherhood together.

Rebbeim and General Studies faculty guide students in confronting problems and setting positive, proactive examples — challenging students to be their best in their studies and in every aspect of their lives. Through celebrating individual achievements and supporting each other’s struggles we have established a caring community of engaged learners that supports the greatness in one through the strength of many.

Few other schools are so supportive. Very few other schools offer the independence, small class size, invested faculty and welcoming community found at Valley Torah. On the shoulders of many, each individual can stand tall and learn more on their way to building a Legacy of Leadership.

Boys Division News:


Here are some of our alumni learning in Eretz Yisrael. Have a wonderful Shavuos!

Utah Weekaton Roundup

The boys let out a muted gasp when they saw that the bus was leaving for Utah at 5:00 AM. But they were all there on time and we pulled out before dawn for the trip. We all had our Tefillin on before we reached the freeway, as we were davening shacharis on the bus.…

More Canyoneering Photos

Canyoneering was one of top highlights of the #UtahWeekaton. You can see why from the photos below.

#UtahWeekaton at Bryce

One of the highlights of the Utah Weekaton was the day a Bryce Canyon. The boys went horseback riding and ATVing. We stopped at Bruce Point to enjoy the view.

#UtahWeekaton – Canyoneering

One group went to Bryce Canyon. While another group went canyoneering in Zion (they will switch tomorrow). The canyoneering group fought their fears as they repelled off the cliffs into deep canyons. See the pictures below.

Weekaton Day One

It was a long ride to Quail Creek Park in Utah. But, the boys really enjoyed the tubing, kayaking, paddle boarding and much more (the grilled burgers were quite tasty as well). We arrived at the Zion Ponderosa after dark and everyone turned in for the night.

#UtahWeekaton Begins!

The boys started to board the buses at 5:00 AM this morning for an early departure for our Weekaton to Utah. We will be visiting Bryce and Zion. The schedule is packed with boating, canyoneering, ATVing and much more (see schedule below) We left very early, so we davened Shacharis on the bus. We will…


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