Yeshivat Akiva

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Yeshivat Akiva is an N-12 Orthodox Zionist day school.


Rabbi Gordon was the rabbi of Young Israel of Oak-Woods at the time, and Akiva's first real home was in that synagogue (thanks to the generosity of the Stollman family), until 1972.[1]


  1. ^ Olitzky, Kerry M.; Raphael, Marc Lee. The American Synagogue: A Historical Dictionary and Sourcebook, Greenwood Press, June 30, 1996, p. 181.

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