Tuition and Financial Aid

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Quality education at Hannah Senesh means excellent teachers and low student-teacher ratio. It also means enhanced music, fine arts, and performing arts programs that add to the high quality curriculum our children enjoy. We are committed to maintaining an affordable tuition schedule.  However, like most independent schools, tuition and fees do not cover the full cost of educating each child, and therefore we close this gap with annual contributions from friends and outside foundations.

Tuition Schedule (2014-15) 

Tuition for Kindergarten-Eighth grade is $28,980

Additional fees:

Scholarship Fund Gift of $1000 per student

Materials and trip fee of $300 per student

Payment plans are available. Further information will be provided to you during the enrollment process.

Please note: Tuition is subject to an annual increase.

Financial Assistance
Financial Aid is available for students from Kindergarten-Eighth grade, and is granted on the basis of need and the availability of funds.  Admissions decisions and financial aid decisions are made independently.  Due to limited funds, an acceptance by the Admissions Office does not guarantee a financial aid award even if need is demonstrated.  Funding for financial aid grants comes from the school’s operating budget and charitable gifts.  

The School utilizes the services of the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS) School and Student Service (SSS) to process Financial Aid. If you are applying for financial aid for the 2015-16 school year, please fill out the online application http://sss.nais.org/parents/ no later than December 31, 2014.

Financial aid awards are determined by the Financial Aid Committee and are based on demonstrated financial need. All financial aid information is kept confidential by the Financial Aid Committee.

The Hannah Senesh Community Day School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, or sexual orientation in administration of its educational, admissions, and financial aid policies or any other school-administered activities and programs.