Rabbi Mordechai Estersohn
Rabbi Mordechai Estersohn grew up in Queens, New York and continued many years of rigorous learning in Rabbinical Seminary of America, earning a BA and MA in Talmudic Law and Jurisprudence. In 2017, Rabbi Estersohn received semicha from Rabbi Moshe Heinemann, Rabbinic Director of the Star-K organization. Growing up, he gained a reputation as a sought-after tutor for kids struggling with schoolwork, Kriah (Hebrew Reading), and in Bar Mitzvah portion preparation.
In 2015, Rabbi Estersohn and his wife moved to San Diego as Rabbi Estersohn accepted a year-round position as the Baal Tefiloh for Beth Jacob Congregation and as a Music Teacher for Soille San Diego Hebrew Day School. Rabbi Estersohn also taught Halacha to the 9th and 12th grade students at Southern California Yeshiva High School. Besides his love of teaching Limudei Kodesh, Rabbi Estersohn loves to teach Music. He is a singer, Chazzan, composer, musician, and band leader. As a Music Teacher, he plans to share his knowledge of musical instruments and theory, expand the students’ music repertoire with meaningful Jewish songs, and provide hands-on musical experiences.
Our mission is to create and maintain a superior educational environment that inspires in each student a love of G-d, a reverence for the Torah and its mitzvos and a lifelong commitment to the acquisition of knowledge.
Yeshiva Day School of Las Vegas promotes individual achievement, a desire, curiosity and thirst for all areas of knowledge, a positive self-image, a respect for individual differences and the development of Jewish moral and ethical behavior.