The cost of tuition and fees are carefully considered so we can provide students with the highest quality educational program. We work hard to attract and retain the best faculty for our school, and to implement best practices across all curriculums. Our graduates, parents and current students know a Jewish education is a gift of a lifetime that provides priceless and life-changing returns.
The setting of Tuition and Fees is determined in January each year.
Pre-Nursery/Nursery: 9:00am – 1:00pm
Grades K-6: 8:20am – 3:50pm (early drop off 7:30am)
Grades 7-8: 7:50am – 3:50pm (early drop off 7:30am)
Grades K-8 Friday Early Dismissal: 1:30pm/through March 19, 2021
Subject to change depending on COVID restrictions
Grades K-4: $19,400
Grades 5-8: $19,750
Tuition fee includes a $500 non-refundable tuition deposit which is due upon acceptance. Financial aid is available for all grades.
Preschool Add On Programs
Early Drop Off from 7:30am: $600
Early Drop Off from 8:00am: $400
Aftercare Enrichment: 1:00pm – 2:30pm
1 Day: $485
2 Days: $970
3 Days: $1,445
4 Days: $1,940
Friday (add on starting 4/9/21): $120
Stay and Play: 2:30pm – 4:30pm
1 Day: $420
2 Days: $840
3 Days: $1,260
4 Days: $1,680
Friday (add on starting 4/9/21): $100
Preschool Add On Program enrollment and fees are annual, enrollment opens June 2020. Add On Programs are not eligible for financial aid. Subject to minimum enrollment and COVID restrictions.
Grades 1-8: $1,000
The Give/Get obligation is PER FAMILY and will be billed based on the oldest child in each family. Credits not received by June 1, 2021 will be treated as tuition due.
Fund for the Future
Grades K-8: $1,500
The Fund for the Future obligation is PER FAMILY and payable at $300 per year over 5 years OR, new families or those entering Kindergarten, may take the option of a one-time fee of $1,000 paid in full by September 30, 2020, a savings of $500. The owed amount for new families whose youngest child is in grade 5 or above will be pro-rated.
Pre-Nursery-8: $275 per student (maximum of $750 per family)
Kehillah Fund and Jewish Federation
Every Hillel Torah family is expected to contribute to both the Kehillah Fund and JUF. While there is no minimum donation, we encourage our families to be as generous as possible to these organizations and help them to provide much-needed support to our school.
Please Note: Tuition reflects a significant subsidy through the generosity of the Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Chicago and the Kehillah Fund