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Tuition Assistance Programs

Tuition Assistance
The Moriah School is committed to providing a quality Jewish education to all students and families, regardless of need. Our admissions and acceptance process does not take into account a family’s financial situation, including ability to pay tuition or any other educational expenses. As such, we take pride in the Tuition Assistance programs that are offered by Moriah, which provide support for families that are unable to pay tuition in full.

Please review the descriptions of the Tuition Assistance programs below to determine which may be the best fit for your family and financial situation. Applicants may only participate in one program per school year, so please review the details below carefully.


Tuition Affordability Program (TAP)

Financial Aid (FA)

TAP provides a flexible approach to paying for school by applying a tuition scale that accounts for a family’s income level and number of day school children to arrive at a family's tuition obligation.



FA is available for those that require additional assistance. The Financial Aid Committee determines financial aid awards for applicants on a yearly basis for as long as the need persists.

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