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Financial Aid

Help When You Need It

We recognize that paying for a day school education can be challenging and we want to help families meet that challenge. Meyer Prep is committed to educating Jewish children regardless of a family’s ability to pay the full cost of tuition. The application details the required information you should gather and have available as you enter information into the financial assistance application. A processing fee of $50 will be paid directly to Meyer Prep. Once your application is complete, Meyer Prep’s Financial Assistance Committee will review the family financial information provided by you and then determine a financial assistance award. Meyer Prep provides financial assistance on the basis of demonstrated financial need and availability of funds without regard to race, ethnic origin, or disability. All application forms, tax information, and other related paperwork are held in the strictest confidence. We feel that the success of our financial aid program depends on the confidentiality of financial information.

How to Apply for Financial Assistance

 
 
THE DEADLINE FOR CURRENT SCHOOL FAMILIES TO APPLY FOR FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE FOR THE 2021-2022 SCHOOL YEAR IS FEBRUARY 19, 2021.
 
New families to the school are welcome to submit a financial assistance request as soon as students have been accepted and their enrollment agreement has been signed. The deadline for new families to apply for financial assistance for the 2021-2022 school year is one week from the date the student is registered. All families will be notified after the school reviews their completed application. Families applying for financial assistance must also apply to Step Up for Students, a State of Florida scholarship program created to help families whose educational choices are limited by household income. Click here to learn more about the Step Up For student scholarship program’s household income qualifications.
If you have questions regarding our financial assistance program, please contact our Business Manager, Rorie Stucchi, at 561-227-0716, or email her at rstucchi@meyerprep.org.
ARTHUR I. MEYER JEWISH PREPARATORY SCHOOL at the Melvin J. & Claire Levine Center for Jewish Learning
5225 Hood Rd. Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418
P: 561.686.6520 | F: 561.686.8522 | Email: office@meyerprep.org

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