A Beth Tfiloh education is an investment in your child’s success, and our community’s future.
Thank you for your interest in Beth Tfiloh for your child!
We understand that finances are an important part of any family’s decision when considering a Beth Tfiloh education. Generous financial assistance is available to qualifying families, making a Beth Tfiloh education affordable for a broad range of students. Our financial assistance application process is strictly confidential, user-friendly and takes into account the unique personal circumstances of each family.
Our goal is to make the process as comfortable and transparent as possible. To ensure that our students can complete their studies at Beth Tfiloh, while families apply annually, you can expect a similar level of support, unless there is a significant change in financial circumstances.
We look forward to working with your family during this process.
Beth Tfiloh offers three options for AutoPayment through our SchoolAdmin billing portal.
One-time payment: payable by July 20
Two-time payment plan: payable on July 20 and December 20
Ten-time payment plan: payable June-March
529 Plans: Effective January 1, 2018, you can now use up to $10,000/year from your child’s 529plan to pay for tuition at a private K-12 school. Please contact your 529 financial institution for information on how to access those funds.
Your admission application and your financial application are two separate entities. All sensitive financial information is limited to the Office of Tuition and Financial Aid which adheres to strict standards of confidentiality.
Adherence to the financial aid application deadline date in January will ensure that new applicants to Beth Tfiloh will receive their financial aid decision with the admissions deadline in February. Current families who apply by the December deadline will receive their award prior to the re-enrollment deposit date in January.
The financial aid committee will consider the assets of both parents regardless of the legal financial arrangements. Both parents are required to complete a financial aid application and the School is not bound by existing decrees, arrangements or agreements which exempt a parent from financial responsibility for a child’s education. If a parent is no longer involved in the life of a child, please share that confidential information directly with the Financial Aid Office.