Tuition & Finance – Yeshiva University High School for Boys – MTA

Tuition & Finance

2019-2020 Tuition and Fees

Tuition
Registration Fee
Security Fee
Dinner Fee
Dormitory*
Dormitory Activity Fee*
Student Activity Fee

$23,200
$1,000 prior to April 30th, $1,500 after April 30th
$1,250 (per YUHSB family)
$600 (per YUHSB family)
$4,750
$275
(Grade 9: $675, Grade 10: $765, Grade 11: $800, Grade 12: $875)

* Dormitory fees apply to residential students only

Tuition
$23,200
Registration Fee
$1,000
Security Fee
$1,250 (per YUHSB family)
Dinner Fee
$600 (per YUHSB family)
Dormitory*
$4,750
Dormitory Activity Fee*
$275
Student Activity Fee
(Grade 9: $675, Grade 10: $765, Grade 11: $800, Grade 12: $875)

* Dormitory fees apply to residential students only

At Yeshiva University High Schools, we recognize that choosing a yeshiva high school is a major financial decision for families. For that reason, we are committed to helping families finance their children’s tuition costs at YUHS and assisting you every step of the way. We offer both need-based and merit based awards. Need-based awards are based on the demonstrated financial need of our families which is determined through a financial aid application process. Academic scholarships can be awarded to incoming 9th grade students (for the duration of the high school career) for those students that apply and are determined to meet the criteria for the merit award. For more details please contact the admissions office.

Financial aid is renewable and families are required to apply each year. For questions about our financial aid process, contact Malkie Klausner in the Business Office at mklausner@yuhsb.org 212-960-5400, x6672.

Applying for Financial Assistance:

To assess objectively what a family is able to contribute to its child(ren)’s education expenses, Yeshiva University High Schools have partnered with an independent third party (FACTS Grant & Aid Assessment), which is used by many leading schools.

Incoming Families applying for financial aid will need to complete an online application and submit the necessary supporting documentation to FACTS Grant & Aid Assessment by February 25, 2020.

We are now accepting applications for financial aid; the earlier that a family applies, the better the chance that funds will be available.

FACTS Grant & Aid – What to Expect

Guidelines for awarding Financial Assistance to Yeshiva University High School Students:

  • High School Academic Scholarships are awarded by the Head of School to superior academic students as they enter 9th grade. These scholarships will continue as long as the student maintains the high level of achievement expected of an Academic Scholarship recipient.
  • High School Grants are awarded to incoming and continuing students who show financial need as determined by FACTS Grand & Aid Assessment application. Awards for incoming families will be announced at the end of February and in the spring for returning students.
  • The Financial Aid process must be completed each year in order to receive assistance. Grants are subject to change based on fund availability and new information as it becomes available.

Contact Chaviva Fisher our Executive Director at cfisher@yu.edu or 646-592-4441 to discuss any questions or special circumstances you may have.

Frequently Asked Questions

Tuition and Financial Aid

Financial aid applications are due on February 25th, 2020 for new families, and in the spring for returning  families. Incoming families will receive a reply by March 1st and returning families will receive a reply by May 1st 2020.  Families have the option to appeal the decision made by our committee by writing a letter or sending an email with additional information. Increased aid will be based on the availability of funds.

Families receiving financial aid need to reapply for aid each year that their child is enrolled at YUHS.

All financial aid files are kept in strict confidence. Only financial aid officers and the YUHS Tuition Assistance Committee view and analyze financial information. Faculty and students do not know which families are receiving financial aid awards.

If a parent or guardian loses their job or otherwise experiences a significant loss of income, the family must notify the YUHS Business Office of Financial Aid. Depending on a variety of circumstances, YUHS may be able to increase the family’s award. If this occurs, we will expect the family to participate in quarterly reviews to demonstrate a continued job search. Alternatively, we do expect families to notify us of a change in employment of significant salary increase (10% or more).  Failure to do so may cause termination of your aid package.

Employees of Yeshiva University receive an employee discount to students on the high school, college and graduate level for their children and grandchildren. For more information, employees should contact the Human Resources department or the Executive Director. Students eligible for University employee benefits are not eligible for need-based scholarships. Students of YU employees are encouraged to apply for the distinguished merit scholarship and will be awarded an honorary scholarship should they qualify.

Please contact Malkie Klausner in the Business Office at malka.klausner@yu.edu or
212-960-5400, x 6672 for any questions or more information.