Sunday, December 21, 2014

Tuition Fees & Schedule: 2015-2016

2015-2016 School Year

We strive to provide an extraordinary educational environment and learning opportunities for Jewish children and their families, which will nurture them spiritually, intellectually and emotionally, and which will inspire them to serve the Jewish community by devoting themselves to Torah, Avodah, and Gemilut Hasadim.

We strive to create educational experiences that will engage our students in an authentic quest for Tikkun Olam (repairing the world) and Tikkun Ha Middot (personal spiritual growth).

Grade Level

Registration*

Annual Tuition

Required age on September 1, 2014

Weekday Hours Friday Hours
1/2 Day Gesher

$500

$6,089

2

8:30 – 12:15 8:30-12:15
Older Gesher

$500

$8,029

2Y 9M

8:30 – 1:15 8:30-1:15
Full Day Gesher

$500

$10,702

2

8:30 – 3:30 8:30-1:15
1/2 Day Nursery

$500

$8,029

3

8:30 – 1:15 8:30-1:15
Full Day Nursery

$500

$14,539

3

8:30 – 3:30 8:30-1:15
Kindergarten

$500

$14,539

4

8:30 – 3:30 8:30-1:15
Pre 1

$700

$18,247

5

8:30 – 3:30 8:30-1:15
1st Grade

$700

$18,247

6

7:45 – 3:30 7:45-1:15
2nd Grade

$700

$18,247

7

7:45 – 3:30 7:45-1:15
3rd Grade

$700

$18,247

8

7:45 – 3:30 7:45-1:15
4th Grade

$700

$18,247

9

7:45 – 4:30 7:45-1:45
5th Grade

$700

$19,739

10

7:45 – 4:30 7:45-1:45
6th Grade

$700

$19,739

11

7:45 – 4:30 7:45-1:45
7th Grade

$700

$19,739

12

7:45 – 4:30 7:45-1:45
8th Grade

$700

$19,739

13

7:45 – 4:30 7:45-1:45

 

Other Fees
Banquet Fee – $600 per family. This fee is deducted from families utilizing FACTS on November 1, 2015. For families using other payment methods for tuition, The $600 banquet fee is due by check along with registration.

Graduation Fee – For families with a child in 8th grade, there is a graduation fee of $500 per student in 8th grade. This fee is deducted from families utilizing FACTS on March 1, 2016. For families using other payment methods for tuition, The $500 graduation fee is due by check along with registration.

Return Check Fee – $25

For further information and multi-child discounts please contact us at Registration@yha.org or call us at (323) 931-5808.

Tuition Schedule Options

1.) Monthly

As a convenience to our families, the school provides an easy and convenient way to spread tuition payments over the year. Yavneh has partnered with FACTS in creating an electronic payment plan that auto-deducts the payment from ones checking/savings account or credit card on the predetermined day of the month. Utilizing the FACTS option, will allow you to spread your tuition over 10 months. If you elect to utilize this option, the first payment will be drawn from your account in August 2015 and the last payment in May 2016.

2.) Payment in full

For those families that wish to pay the tuition in full, we offer a 3% discount if paid in full by March 31, 2015.

3.) Periodic Installment

Should you wish to pay tuition by means of manual checks, you may pay your tuition in three installments of 1/3 of your tuition obligation dated August 18, 2015, November 18, 2015 and February 18, 2016.

* Registration fees are not refundable. Registration fees increase by  $150 for registrations not completed by February 6, 2015.

Volunteer Deposit ($500) – Parent involvement is a key success factor at Yavneh. Parents of Yavneh children are asked to volunteer around the school, which offers many opportunities throughout the year. A $500 draw on your account from FACTS in the beginning of June 2016 for all that do not do the mandatory eight hours of volunteer service at the school.  Those not utilizing FACTS must bring in a check in the amount of $500 dated June 1, 2015. This check will only be deposited if a family has not complete at least 8 hours of volunteer service.

 

Non-Discrimination Based Admissions

The School admits students of any race, color, and national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the School.  It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.