I personally know 4 different families that left. Due to issues dealing with the director. Issues of their child getting beaten-up and bullied and the director standing down, to other disturbing issues not properly being addressed. The parents have removed their children from Torah Emes Yeshiva and have decided to either home school or have them attend YOE. I would warn parents of these issues and not recommended this school.I personally, have an issue with the Director Rabbi Yaakov Krause's endorsement the/his sports director of Yachad Sports as well.
Love the staff, they are wonderful and kind to all the kids. They really seem to care for the children.
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B'H". The visual beauty of the Brentwood Chabad House reflects the spiritual light shared by Rabbi and Rebbetzin Hecht. The amazing Torah lessons by the Rabbi attract not only the locals but also those who travel from nearby towns.The organic challahs made by the daughters of Rabbi and Rebbetzin Hecht are amazing!The Mikvah is clean and beautiful. Perhaps, the nicest one in the area.Their philosophy reflects the deep spiritual tradition of Judaism combined with a sustainability approach of the 21st century. If you are an out-of-towner looking for a place to come for the holidays, Shabbath services and dinner, or simply seeking sound spiritual advise, Chabad Brentwood is the place for you.