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2017-2018
Religious School Tuition

L’dor V’dor • The Value of Jewish Education

Har Shalom was started many years ago by strong, creative individuals who ensured that children would receive a positive Jewish education experience throughout the generations. We continue that goal each year, placing a strong emphasis on an interactive educational experience and the importance of building community together.

Religious School Tuition and Fees 2017-2018

Sunday School for Preschool - 3rd grade

  • Sunday mornings from 9 am - 12 pm each week
  • Experiential, active, values-based Jewish learning
  • Introduction to Hebrew through song, games, and movement
  • Family Education Days (Get FED!) -- Living Jewishly Together
  • Holiday activities and celebrations
  • Sessions with Rabbi Moch
  • Healthy, allergy-friendly snack included

Tuition and Fees:

Har Shalom Members $73/month*
Non-Members: $117/month

 

Sunday School/Hebrew School for 4th - 7th Grade

  • Sunday mornings from 9 am - 12 pm 
  • Wednesday evening Hebrew School from 6pm - 8pm 
  • Progressive B'Nai Mitzvah preparation in Hebrew, service learning and leading, Torah study, public speaking, and living Jewish values.
  • Community building with peers and other Har Shalom community groups
  • Family Education Days (Get FED!) -- Living Jewishly Together
  • Learning with Rabbi Moch, community lay leaders and b'nai mitzvah experts
  • Healthy, allergy-friendly snack included
  • Scholarships available for members

Tuition and Fees:

Har Shalom Members $86/month*
Non-Members: $158/month

No time for dinner on before Hebrew School on Wednesdays? Add a pizza deal when you register for $125 year (If you don't prepay for the year, pizza is $5/Wednesday, cash.)

 

Options for Teens: Staying Connected

NEW! 8th Grade Madrichim in Training (MIT)

  • Sunday mornings from 9 am-12 pm
  • Leadership development and team-building
  • Developing strong connections with Har Shalom.
  • Professional and Jewish “Enrichment Programs” taught by guest speakers and community experts
  • Teens will learn how to develop and run successful programs
  • Monthly study sessions with Rabbi Moch
  • Healthy, allergy-friendly snack included
  • Scholarships available

Tuition and Fees:

$36/month

9th - 12th Grade Madrichim Work/Enrichment Program

  • Teens earn community service credit for school and have the option to be paid for the hours they work
  • Tuition covers enrichment opportunities
  • Weekly snacks & needed materials included
  • Scholarships available 

Tuition and Fees:

$25/month

Hebrew High

(We strongly recommend that teens in the Madrichim Program also register for Hebrew High.)

  • Building teen community; safe space to share through study, games & discussion
  • Meets Wednesday nights
  • Includes tzedakah and social action focus
  • Weekly snacks & needed materials included
  • Scholarships available for members

Tuition and Fees:

$32/month
No time for dinner on before Hebrew School on Wednesdays? Add a pizza deal when you register for $125 year (If you don't prepay for the year, pizza is $5/Wednesday, cash.)

BBYO Only

  • Interaction and connection to Jewish teens & events
  • Option to attend international, state and regional BBYO conferences and to  to be a BBYO board member
  • Snacks & materials included
  • Includes national BBYO membership
  • Scholarships available for members / national conference fees in addition
  • Membership to Har Shalom not required to join

Fees:

$20/month* (includes $18 materials fee, $18 snack fee + includes national membership)

Teen Combo: BBYO, Madrichim & Hebrew High!

  • Madrichim: staying connected Jewishly, working in our Sunday School, building life skills and serving as an exmple for younger students
  • Hebrew High: building friendships, diving deep into Judaism and connecting in a safe space.
  • BBYO: interaction & connection plus BBYO national membership included
  • Scholarships available for members

Tuition and Fees

$75/month*

*Monthly costs are billed September-June of the current school year. Material and snack fees varied by grade and are always less than $72/year each. They are included in tuition but are not covered by scholarships. 

Tuition Rebates and Scholarships

Save with Your Tuition Rebate

Use Scrip gift cards at your favorite establishments and receive 60% of Har Shalom's profit back as a rebate towards your child's tuition. It is Har Shalom's way of financially helping support the value of your child's Jewish education.

Youth Scholarships

Click here to fill out the Scholarship Application

Scholarships are available for Har Shalom members enrolling in any Religious School or teen program.

Scholarship requirements:

  • Be a current Har Shalom member
  • Complete the scholarship application by August 30, 2017
  • Sign up and start using our Scrip program by September 30
  • Review and sign the Scholarship Shared Responsibility letter

Please note:

  • Parents are responsible for nominal snack and materials fees. 
  • Multi-child discounts are not available for scholarship recipients.
  • Partial and full scholarships are available.

We respect and value your family's privacy. The scholarship committee keeps your request confidential.

Withdrawal Policy

We know life happens and have developed a withdrawal policy to keep us all on the same page. Tuition is based on a full school year. In order to maintain our budget and staff contracts, tuition credits are not given for holidays and personal absences.

If you have a unique attendance circumstance, please contact the School Director when registering to discuss. If you need to withdraw your child or teen, notify the School Director in writing. A written response is proof that the withdrawal request was received. Absence from the program is not confirmation of withdrawal.

Each family must pay full tuition through the end of the month that a withdrawal request is submitted. Withdrawal requests will not be accepted after October 1 of the current school year. If you have a unique attendance or withdrawal circumstance, please contact the School Director to discuss.

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