Tuition, Fees, and financial aid
Tuition is for the full academic year and is not refundable due to absence, but may be prorated for withdrawal or dismissal. Parents may elect from a variety of payment options including: In full with a discount, quarterly, and monthly. Tuition assistance may be requested from the business office. Forms are available at registration time and are processed by a confidential committee of the Board of Directors. For the 2016-17/5777 tuition and fee schedule, please click here. For the 2017-18/5778 tuition and fee schedule, please click here.
The registration fee serves as a non-refundable enrollment deposit for new students and re-enrolling students. This fee is credited towards tuition.
This fee provides milk at a price subsidized by the government. Forms for this program are available in the office. This service is optional.
The school scrip program requires each family to purchase or sell enough capital scrip to generate $350 of revenue. Each family is required to deposit $350 by the first day of school. The deposit is returned at the end of the school year when the scrip obligation is met.
This program extends the school day from 12:00 p.m. until 3:40 p.m. for students in Preschool. The afternoon enrichment program includes a daily activity, snack, and a short nap time. There is a fee for this program.
This supervisory day care service is provided from 3:40-4:30 p.m. This program is available for nursery through fourth grade. Parents must register for this service at the beginning of the school year. There is a fee for this program. On Fridays, shortened school days, and Jewish holiday eves there is no late care available.
Financial assistance with the cost of tuition is available through our tuition assistance application process. For more information, and to request an application for tuition assistance, please contact Mr. David Friedman, Business Manager, at (314) 994-7856 or firstname.lastname@example.org. All tuition assistance inquiries and applications are confidential. Tuition assistance monies are limited and available on a first-come, first served basis.