Religious School

 


REGISTRATION   

Dear Parents, 

We have streamlined the Religious School registration to make the process easier for everyone.  Please click on the link for the appropriate form.        

  1. Re-enrolling will not involve filling out the full registration form AGAIN (we do listen to your concerns).  We have reduced the amount of information we need you to re-submit as much as possible. Please click the Returning Student Re-enrollment form for 2017 - 2018 to register a RETURNING student.  This will be an on-line submission.  This form applies to all returning students in grades 1 - 12 (including our new Gesher program for 7th & 8th graders and the Sababa program for 9th - 12th )
  2. The Early Bird discount and late fees will be applied in relation to our receipt a completed registration form. 
  3. Any child new to the school (regardless of whether or not an older sibling is a student) will need to register on-line through the new student registration form.  Please click the New Student Registration form for 2017 - 2018 to register a NEW student.  This will be an on-line submission.  This form applies to all returning students in grades K - 12 (including the Gesher & Sababa programs).
  4. If you are registering a third child, please click the Third Child form.  Please fill out and return to the CBI office.
We sincerely hope these changes make annual school registration easier for you. We look forward to learning with you and your child again in the fall. 

Shalom,
Louise Riddell-Kaufman
Director of Education
 

 Religious School Scholarship                         

Congregation Beth Israel strongly supports the value of educating every Jewish child in the area, regardless of financial ability. Students are never denied entrance to religious school programs and services due to financial circumstances. Although tuition is necessary to meet our expenses, it should not be an educational barrier. We understand that tuition fees may be difficult for some families to pay. We want to work with you to ensure that both of our financial needs are addressed. There is a scholarship fund to support those who need assistance. We ask that those who receive a scholarship volunteer beyond the required single event in either the school or the synagogue in general (hosting an Oneg Shabbat is always welcome). Those who are able, are encouraged to donate to the scholarship fund to support communally educating all of our children. Click here for the scholarship application form.   (There is also a college scholarship form;  please see Learning > College.)

 

For more about our religious school curriculum, click here.

Click here for information about summer programs and camps, including Campership applications.

For more about our Hebrew school curriculum, click here.

Click here for information on Gesher or Sababa, our programs for teens in grades 7 - 12.

 

Please click here for an important letter from our educator.

 

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