Tuition & Affordability
The cost of tuition and fees are carefully considered so we can provide students with the highest quality educational program. We work hard to attract and retain the best faculty for our school, and to implement best practices across all curriculums. Our graduates, parents and current students know a Jewish education is a gift of a lifetime that provides priceless and life-changing returns.
Scholarships / Grants
Torah academy is committed to ensuring that all students admitted to the school have the benefit of an exceptional Jewish and General Studies education. No student is turned away from the school due to financial need.
JUF Right Start – Available to children attending Torah Academy’s Early Childhood program.
https://www.juf.org/youngfamilies/JUF-Right-Start.aspx Scholarship Grant
Empower Illinois- Available to children attending Torah Academy in grades K-8.
Oorah – Available to children transferring from a public/secular school to Torah Academy in grades 1-8.
Nechomas Yisroel – Available to children transferring from a public school to Torah Academy in grades 1-8. Please call directly (718) 871-7197.
Institutional Scholarship – Application are available to all enrolled students through their TADS account.
Early Childhood: $8400* half day mornings / $12,400* full day
Grades 1-8: $18,400*
* Tuition includes the $300 enrollment fee due upon acceptance, as well as $100 book/technology fee.
A tuition discount of 10% for the 2nd student and 20% for the 3rd and more students will be extended to families with multiple children enrolled from the same household.
Pledge to Raise
Grades 1-8: $1,000
This obligation is PER FAMILY and will be billed based on the grade of the oldest child in each family. Credits not received by June 1, 2020, will be treated as tuition due and owed.
Funds for the Future
Grades K-8: $1,500 per family payable at $300 per year for 5 years OR, for new families or those entering Kindergarten, you may take the option of a one-time $1,000 payment by September 30, 2019. The owed amount for new families whose youngest child is in grade 5 or above will be pro-rated.