Mission & Accreditation
Yeshiva Torat Emet is dedicated to instilling Torah values and positive character traits within its students. We are committed to helping each child reach his/her potential, and we encourage close cooperation between home and school. Yeshiva Torat Emet prides itself on excellence in both Judaic and secular instruction. The students gain a love of Torah, as well as an excitement and interest in all Judaic aspects of life. In addition, we focus on Sephardic tradition, with an emphasis on Ivrit.
Texas Alliance of Accredited Private Schools (TAAPS)
In 2011, YTE earned accreditation from the Texas Alliance of Accredited Private Schools (TAAPS).
Since 1986, TAAPS has been setting the standards for excellence in Texas education, and its primary mission seeks to accredit private schools who meet the standards of the association and continue to maintain the quality of education as expected by TAAPS.
Torah Umesorah - The National Society for Hebrew Day Schools
Yeshiva Torat Emet is proud to be affiliated with Torah Umesorah - The National Society for Hebrew Day Schools.
The mission of Torah Umesorah is to ensure that every Jewish child in Yeshivos, Day Schools, and Bais Yaakovs receives the highest standards of Torah education, along with the skills to lead a successful life and become a productive member of society. It offers extensive programs and resources that support children's education, equipping teachers with the most effective and innovative methodologies, and providing schools with administrative guidance and best practices.
Jewish Federation of Greater Houston
YTE is proud to be a beneficiary agency of the Jewish Federation of Greater Houston.
The Jewish Federation of Greater Houston is dedicated to enhancing the quality of Jewish education in the community, promoting enrollment in Jewish schools, advocating on behalf of students, parents, institutions and professionals involved in Jewish education, and encouraging and providing for the professional growth of educators.
AVI CHAI is a private foundation established in 1984 which functions in the United States and in Israel. It is committed to the perpetuation of the Jewish people, Judaism, and the centrality of the State of Israel to the Jewish people. The objectives of AVI CHAI are simply stated: to encourage those of the Jewish faith towards greater commitment to Jewish observance and lifestyle by increasing their understanding, appreciation and practice of Jewish traditions, customs and laws; and to encourage mutual understanding and sensitivity among Jews of different religious backgrounds and commitments to observance.