Yeshiva Gedolah

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Yeshiva Gedolah or Yeshiva High School (also called Mesivta or Mechina) is a type of yeshiva, a Jewish educational institution, which is aimed at students in their later teens.[1] This contrasts with a Yeshiva Ketana where students are typically in the early teens.

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  1. ^ Marty, Martin E.; Appleby, R. Scott (2004), Accounting for fundamentalisms: the dynamic character of movements, University of Chicago Press, p. 248, ISBN 978-0-226-50886-3