At CTeen University, high school students in 10th, 11th and 12th grade study ideas from the Torah that are relevant to them, and earn college credits!

For the aspiring entrepreneur, CEO or wall street tycoon, Jewish business school is here to cover the Jewish perspective on all things money.

CTeenU is offered in partnership with Yeshiva University and is instructed locally by Rabbi Levi Fogelman. Rabbi Fogelman connects with teens on their level and brings their Judaism to life. At CTeenU, students are encouraged to ask questions, discuss and make their learning real and personal.

Students earn two private college credits and, more important, they will enjoy studying Torah meaningfully and advance academically. CTeenU credits are accepted by many colleges throughout the country, including many highly selective schools, state colleges, liberal arts colleges, public flagships and specialized programs.

There are a total of 16 sessions of 75 minutes each (14 classes and two exams). There is no homework.

For more information, please click here or call Rabbi Fogelman at 508-650-1499.

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