Religious School Tuition

Tuition and Billing Terms

RELIGIOUS SCHOOL TUITION FOR THE 2018-19 SCHOOL YEAR*

*The Synagogue Members met on May 17th during the annual meeting to approve the congregational budget for the 2018-2019 fiscal year. Below you will find the proposed tuition rate for the coming school year as approved by the Board of Directors. 

  Member Non-member  
Sundays only      
Kindergarten $950 $1,190  
Grades 1 & 2 $1,005 $1,255  
       
2 days/week      
Grade 3 $1,645 $2,055 

including Consecration

Grade 4 $1,575 $1,970  
Grades 5 & 6 $1,735 $2,170  
Grade 7 $1,670 $2,090  
       
Wednesdays only      
Grades 8, 9 & 10 $1,095 $1,370 

incl. Wednesday night Dinner

 

Private Tutoring is also available for 3rd - 6th Grade Hebrew. The cost is $75 per one hour session. Those that choose this option will be billed $1875 for 25 sessions in addition to the Sunday only tuition rate. Please contact the RS Office for the grade specific Sunday rates.

. Additional sessions will be billed on a per session basis. Please contact the Religious School Office to arrange the schedule.  

There is a Materials & Activities Fee of $115/student (not per family) for those who register by the early bird deadline (June 20) and $130/student for those who register after June 20, 2018. This fee will cover textbooks, program costs, and materials for every child.

BILLING TERMS

Tuition is billed in full on July 1, 2018 and is payable in 10 equal monthly installments, in accordance with the synagogue payment plan policy. For student withdrawals made before December 5th, a 40% reduction in tuition will be given. After this date, payment is due in full and no refunds will be given under any circumstances. 

 

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