The education you’ll experience at the Goldhar School is based on four main ingredients:

1. Big Picture Overviews

Each course you take begins with a macro framework to help you build your understanding. The goal is to have the building blocks clear and to see how they fit into an overall context. context.  The joy of learning is connecting the dots. I want to make sure you have the “dots” so you can connect them on your own.

2. Systematic Learning

Many people have experienced the “Chinese Menu” approach to Jewish learning. They choose one topic today, another tomorrow, and ultimately feel like they aren’t really progressing. The Goldhar School offers you a path with a system and milestones. It’s key that you feel confident you know how to navigate the journey of Jewish learning on your own.

3. Fast and Easy Reviews

Torah learning is all about mastery. We’re supposed to be masters of our tradition so we can successfully pass it on. Unfortunately human nature coupled with a lot of material lends itself to forgetting. And that’s’ frustrating. Every lesson here features a quick and easy review so once you’re clear on the material it won’t take much time to review it.

4. Your Input

My goal is to deliver results so you feel like you’re learning is productive and fulfilling. Please partner with me by giving me your feedback, suggestions, and recommendations for topics. If you like the Goldhar School, recommend it to others and spread the wealth.

Let’s take Jewish education to the next level together.


  1. L. Roitman August 9, 2011 at 7:26 pm #

    I found this site to be very useful because today it enabled me to get an excellent systematic overview on Tisha B’Av in a very short amount of time.

    • agoldhar August 15, 2011 at 4:52 pm #

      Thanks for the feedback.

      I really appreciate it.


  2. Ellen Bressel September 4, 2011 at 3:08 pm #

    My son, Danny, asked me to give you constructive criticism on your course material, but I must say that I have no suggestions for improvement. I think your format and presentation are both excellent and I wish you Hatzlachah! As I go through the new course material, if I have any ideas worth sharing, I will let you know.

    Ellen Bressel

    • agoldhar September 6, 2011 at 10:56 am #

      Dear Mrs. Bressel,

      Thank you for your positive feedback. I look forward to any suggestions you make along the way.


  3. Eli Gadkar October 7, 2011 at 8:30 am #

    I found this site shared on Facebook. It’s a fabulous resource for Jewish education, good for visual as well as auditory learners. The simplicity with which Rabbi Avraham Goldhar explains Judaism can be understood by a person of any age. It is an excellent source of Jewish information for the scholar and novice both. The Crash Course on Yom Kippur is the first one I saw and I immediately bookmarked this site!!! Thank you Rabbi Goldhar and team.!!!

    -Eli Gadkar.

    • agoldhar October 11, 2011 at 12:50 pm #

      Dear Eli,

      Thank you for your positive feedback on the site and on the Crash Course on Yom Kippur. We’re still building and working on getting many more videos out. I welcome all feedback, especially at this critical stage. Shana Tova.

      Avraham Goldhar

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