Financial Aid Information for School Year 2022-23
Kohelet Yeshiva remains firmly dedicated to ensuring that our educational program is within reach of all families.
Kohelet Yeshiva uses FACTS Management Grant and Aid Assessment to manage our scholarship process. All families requesting aid are required to complete the FACTS application online and submit the required documentation. Divorced parents will both need to submit their own forms. Please note that FACTS charges a $35 application processing fee. Applications, which are kept confidential, are then reviewed by our anonymous Scholarship Committee. Families are notified of scholarship awards by our Business Office. Families who would like to see sample awards by income, please reach out to the Business Office, but note that these levels are not guaranteed.
Families who meet the eligibility criteria for EITC (Pennsylvania’s Educational Improvement Tax Credit) or OSTC (Opportunity Scholarship Tax Credit) programs will be notified to submit additional information to FACTS at a later date.
Financial Aid applications are due March 1, 2022.
If you are applying after March 1st, you must contact the Business Office before applying.