Yeshivat Ateret Yerushalayim

Our dedicated Rebbeim are down to earth, accessible and can “relate”. They take a special interest in each student’s needs, helping them develop their unique potential. 

AJ has a small student to Rebbe ratio which insures that each student gets the attention he deserves. The Rebbeim learn with talmidim in small groups instead of conventional frontal shiurim.

They maintain a close relationship with the students and invite them to their homes for ShabbosChagimMelave Malka, or just to schmooze. Talmidim feel comfortable discussing anything with their Rebbeim. No question is too embarrassing to ask.

The connection between the Rebbeim and talmidim extends far beyond a student’s time in the yeshiva; through e-mails and phone calls. Rebbeim, when visiting the United States or the UK, get together with talmidim at alumni reunions.

Rosh HaYeshiva

Rabbi Jablinowitz has more then 3 decades teaching experience. He taught for 14 years at Yeshivat Hamivtar, eventually becoming the Educational Director. Afterwards he helped set up Yeshivat Tiferet Yerushalayim, in the American program at Kiryat Noar, where he taught for two years. A graduate of both Yeshiva University High School and College, he holds a B.A. in economics from Y.U. He has completed coursework  towards a Masters Degree from Hebrew University in Jewish history, and  received semichah from Rav Zalman Nechemiah Goldberg shlita.


Rabbi Silber, is originally from London, England. He learned in Yeshivat Hakotel, after which he learned in Kollel in Medrash Shmuel and Pachad Yitzchak. He has a B.Sc from Imperial College of London University in Computing Science (Engineering Honours).


Rabbi Nelson is originally from Chicago, IL. He learned in the Hebrew Theological College (Skokie). He then learned in Yeshivas, Mir Yerushalayim under Rav Asher Arieli.


Rabbi Safer is a musmach of RIETS, and holds an M.S. from Azrieli Graduate School (formerly Ferkauf Graduate School).


Rabbi Goldberg hails from Flatbush, Brooklyn, where he had the exceptional privilege of studying under such luminaries as Rav Yitzchok Hutner, zt"l and yblc"t Rav Ahron Shechter, shlita. Rabbi Goldberg later learned in Yeshivas Mir, counting Rabbi Shlomo Ribner among his esteemed chavrusas.
Rabbi Goldberg brings a wealth of experience to the Yeshiva, having taught the highest shiur in Yeshivas Ner Yaakov for its entire 21 years, as well as 13 years at Yeshivas Ohr Yerushalayim.
Rabbi Goldberg's hasmada and total immersion in the sugya is legendary, and permeates the highest shiur in the Yeshiva, which he teaches, and radiates to the rest of the Yeshiva.


Born in the backstreets of the Big Apple, Rabbi Landa tumbled through his teen and formative years until it finally dawned on him that the words "we don't need no education" are not quite worth living by. He since found himself stalking the holy stones of Jerusalem's cobbled streets, hobnobbing with the intellectual elite while never forgetting his humble roots. 
Rabbi Yitz feels the heartbeat of Jewish teenagers every moment, sees through whatever facade they post to understand, appreciate, and intuit just who they are, what they need to hear and recognize. He brings his no-less-than-five semichos and broad knowledge of secular as well as Torah literature to the classroom, putting together powerful classes in hashkafa, history, self improvement, torah & science, and a host of other topics. 
Rabbi Landa also serves as the yeshiva's Av Bayit, available to talmidim at all hours of the night; as well as tiyul manager and recruiter.