Rabbi Schwartz grew up in Brooklyn, NY where he went to Yeshiva Tiferes Yisroel for high school. From there he went on to Yeshiva Toras Chaim for five and half years in North Miami Beach, Florida. It was there where he gained a "mehalech" in Chinuch. After Florida, he learned in Yeshiva Chofetz Chaim in Queens, NY for the next six years.
While in Chofetz Chaim Rabbi Schwartz worked for Yeshiva Toras Chaim with various different project. He also worked as a counselor, head waiter, and Rebbi at various different camps for the past ten summers.
Currently, Rabbi Schwartz is teaching the intermediate Gemara B'iyun shiur and the 12th grade bekiyut shiur. He works on recruiting for the ninth grade and is very involved in organizing the annual banquet.
Rabbi Yaakov Vosoghi spent his childhood years in Los Angeles, Ca. He attended Valley Torah High School in Valley Village, Ca. Upon graduating, he spent two years engrossed in the study of Scripture and Talmud in the Chofetz Chaim Yeshiva in Israel. Upon the conclusion of his studies in Israel, he chose to part with his life dream of becoming a doctor and instead dedicate himself to Torah study.
Rabbi Vosoghi went on to study for fourteen years at the world-renowned Rabbinical Seminary of America (Yeshiva Chofetz Chaim) in Queens, NY where he received Rabbinical ordination in 2012. For the last four years he has served as the Rabbi at Sephardic Synagogue of Plainview in Long Island, NY. The Rabbi is also very actively involved in outreach in the entire Long Island area, but primarily focused on the sephardi population in Great Neck, NY. Hundreds of people have benefited and grow from his lectures, classes, and spiritual guidance.
Rabbi Vosoghi's down to earth and personable personality has enabled him to reach and engage a broad range of people. He has a true passion to disseminate Torah to the masses and to make people more knowledgeable about the true beauty of a Torah lifestyle.
Now, as a B'Iyun and B'Keyuit Rebbe at Yeshivat Ohr Chanoch, he looks forward to utilizing these skills and experiences to reach and enrich his Talmidim.
Rabbi Itai Esudri was born in Israel but grew up in North Hollywood. He attended Valley Torah Boys High School and his senior year moved to Israel to learn at Shaarei Yerushalyam , then transferred to Midrash Shmuel where he received his Bachelor’s in Talmudic Law.
Afterwards, he entered the Chofetz Chaim network by joining the Beis Midrash at Ner Aryeh under Rabbi Weiner and Rabbi Stulberger. From there he spent the next five years at the Rabbinical Seminary of America, Chofetz Chaim in Queens, New York.
Now he is beginning his first year as a Rebbe teaching the 9th and 10th grade B’Keyuit class at Yeshivat Ohr Chanoch. Rabbi Esudri hopes to help his students leave Ohr Chanoch with a positive outlook on Torah. He feels that students sometimes leave High School Yeshiva feeling burnt out and disillusioned with learning Torah. Rabbi Esudri feels that happy high school students with a relationship with their rabbi have a greater chance of success once leaving Yeshivat Ohr Chanoch. Also, to aid in life and further Yeshiva learning a Talmid must gain an appreciation for the technical skills and subtleties when reading words and phrases of the Gemara.