- Must have at least one child who attended public/charter school for first grade or higher (and in some cases, kindergarten)
- At least one parent of the child must have been born in Israel or spent the majority of their upbringing in Israel
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Chinuch Yehudi Explained
How much does Chinuch Yehudi provide?
Chinuch Yehudi provides up to $1,000 per eligible child. The organization assesses a family’s financial situation and determines whether to award half or the full amount. Typically, full awards are granted to families with incomes around $100,000 or less, but extenuating circumstances may be considered.
What is the family learning requirement?
To qualify for Chinuch Yehudi, one parent must learn two hours per quarter (4 times per year).
One hour must be in-person, the other hour can be by ZOOM.
How is the money applied to tuition?
Families will receive a $100 tuition discount per month, on the following month’s invoice (on a 10 month billing cycle)–totaling a discount of $1,000 per year.
How many years can a family receive Chinuch Yehudi funding?
A family will receive Chinuch Yehudi funding until all their children graduate from high school.