4420 Fifteenth Avenue Brooklyn, New York 11219
(718) 851-2900


By virtue of its experience, deep reserves of faculty expertise and long history of having trained generations of teachers in the field of Jewish education, Seminar L’Moros Bais Yaakov offers a program that is widely recognized. Our programs of study are student focused and structured to create the optimal seminary experience.


Academic Calendar

Year 1
Fall: September 7, 2022-January 26, 2023
Spring: February 6, 2023-June 19, 2023
Fall Breaks: September 24, 2022-September 27, 2022
October 1, 2022–October 19, 2022
Spring Breaks: March 4, 2023-March 8, 2023
March 25, 2023–April 16, 2023
May 25, 2023–May 28, 2023
Fall: August 30, 2021- January 27, 2022
Spring: February 1, 2022- June 24, 2022
Fall Breaks: September 6, 2021-September 8, 2021
September 15, 2021 – September 30, 2021
Spring Breaks: March 17, 2022- March 18, 2022
April 6, 2022 – April 24, 2022
June 3, 2022 – June 6, 2022


Seminar L’Moros Bais Yaakov offers a curriculum of primary source based courses in the intellectual underpinnings of the Jewish heritage coupled with a challenging program of intellectual and methodological training.


An important part of the seminary experience is the attention paid to the students’ needs, whether in the form of academic counseling, personal counseling, or otherwise Our staff is always there to assist the students with their needs.


The seminary provides a number of extracurricular activities, designed to supplement the academic curriculum and augment the student’s educational experience. The variety of options enables each student to find something that suits her unique interests.

Seminar L’Moros Bais Yaakov offers a program in Jewish Studies leading to a Classical Torah Studies Degree at the completion of 60 credits, as well as an embedded Certificate in Classical Torah Studies at the completion of 24 credits. There is one track for the first year of the program that is comprised of basic courses totaling 24 credits, and another track that is comprised of courses totaling 36 credits. The second year of the program is known as Sayan, and is comprised of courses totaling 24 credits. There is a track in the Sayan program for students to take courses totaling 18 credits.