The School’s leadership approaches financial management framed by our mission, purpose, and values, stewarding the School’s assets toward long-term stability while investing every day in the growth of our students – our Jewish future.
In 2015-2016, we served 972 students (453 at the Lower School and 519 at the Upper School). 45% of these students received tuition assistance, amounting to $5.1 million in aid.
Our annual budget reflects our commitment to serving the community’s diverse needs, in the academic diversity of our students and the economic diversity of our families. We are fortunate to be in a very strong financial position.