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Choosing Scheck Hillel

When you choose Scheck Hillel Community School, you are securing your children’s academic journey through high school graduation and lifelong Jewish identity and nurturing community. Continuous Enrollment is an extension of our shared commitment to your children’s future. Some questions and answers follow to offer an overview.
Continuous Enrollment Dates for the 2022-2023 School Year
December 15   Re-Enrollment Begins and Financial Aid Application opens
January 27       Re-enrollment Deadline 
January 31       Financial Aid Application Deadline
February 15     First Round of Admissions Acceptances Announced
March 28          Financial Aid Award Notifications Begin
Did You Know?
  • For all grade levels, Scheck Hillel’s tuition includes everything you need for your children’s success: books, daily hot kosher lunch and 24/7 security.
  • PKT-Grade 5 school supplies are included in tuition; Scheck Hillel provides your children’s materials. No more school supply shopping for you!
  • Tuition is comprehensive without many of the fees* that most schools charge for services like re-enrollment, technology and facilities.
A $500 Student Tuition Reduction is available upon enrolling your third child and each thereafter.

We are looking forward to incredible opportunities in store for your children and family! If you have questions, please reach out to Betty Salinas, Director of Admissions, at 305.931.2831 x173 / salinas@eHillel.org.

Questions and Answers

List of 11 items.

  • What is Continuous Enrollment?

    Continuous Enrollment is a re-enrollment process that eliminates annual contracts. When a student enrolls in Scheck Hillel Community School, they enroll through High School graduation, unless the family notifies the school of a change.
  • Will tuition remain the same every year?

    No, tuition rates are based on annual school needs and budget analysis.
  • Is a deposit required?

    Every January, you will pay your annual deposit toward your tuition to secure your child’s space upcoming school year. This is not an additional fee. A deposit results in meaningful parent commitment, which guides class placement, financial aid allocations and new acceptances. 
  • When do we pay tuition?

    Before June 1 of every year, your annual statement will be available to review in your SmartTuition dashboard, noting your already fulfilled deposit. Scheck Hillel offers three payment plans: one single payment in June, two payments in June and November, or 10 monthly payments beginning in June. When you select your payment plan option, it will automatically be noted in your Smart Tuition account for your convenience.
  • When and where will tuition and fees be posted?

    Tuition and fees for the upcoming school year will be published in December via the Admissions section of eHillel.org.

    Yes. Financial aid continues to be an annual process through which families submit new applications every year. The online application is accessible through our website.
  • How does the Continuous Contract take my tuition assistance application into consideration?

    Families have 15 days from the date of notification of the financial aid offer to provide written notice of withdrawal if the family declines the offered financial aid package.
  • I am planning to keep my children at Scheck Hillel through graduation, but what if our plans change?

    If your situation changes and your children will not be attending Scheck Hillel for an upcoming school year, we will be sad to see you go. You will need to inform the Admissions Office in writing by January 27 of the current school year. 
  • What if my child’s academic program changes?

    For your convenience, your contract will be automatically updated to reflect your child’s academic program change. Families will have 15 days from date of notification of the program change to provide written notice of withdrawal if the family declines the change.  
  • What happens if we do not withdraw before JANUARY 27?

    If you withdraw January 27-June 30, 25% of your total tuition and fees will be due. If you withdraw between July 1 and the first day of school, 50% of your total tuition and fees will be due. If you withdraw on or after the first day of school, 100% of your total tuition and fees will be due. Expenses such as supplies and hiring of faculty are reflective of enrollment commitments.
  • If I have questions, who should I contact for more information?

    Questions about enrollment and financial aid should be directed to our Director of Admissions, Betty Salinas (salinas@eHillel.org). Questions about payment plans should be directed to our Finance Office (finance@eHillel.org).
2022-2023 Tuition
Grade Tuition
Pre-Kindergarten half-day T, 2, 3 $12,500
Pre-Kindergarten full-day T, 2, 3 $16,500
Pre-Kindergarten 4 $17,500
Kindergarten $22,000
Grade 1 
Grade 2 $26,000
Grades 3-4 $26,500
Grades 5 $28,000
Grades 6-8
Grades 9-12
Nativ/In-Class Support             
Academic Services
ESOL  $3,750
Learning Center   $3,750