"What we have going here is a win-win proposition," program principal Rabbi Shaya Sackett said during an open house Sunday.
"We're giving boys who are not college-bound, who Herve Leger Asymmetrical Neck are not particularly academically inclined, an opportunity to learn a trade and to remain a part of the greater community," he
"They're learning skills so they will be productive members of society."
It's also good for the city, Sackett
The High Street property, purchased from the Redevelopment Authority for 23,500, is the third blighted property in as many years the Yeshiva
has taken and restored.
"This was a condemned property that investors were passing over as not worth the investment.
They couldn't turn a profit," Sackett
"And we were able to return a very livable house to the city," Sackett
The current students, Sackett
said, hail largely from the New York and Baltimore areas, and one is from Switzerland.
It's program like no other in the world, Sackett