Tuition and fees are set annually.
Jr. Kindergarten: 2021-2022 tuition and fees will be published by the end of the calendar year.
K-8: 2021-2022 tuition and fees will be published by the end of the calendar year.
10% discount per additional child (3 or more students)
Capital Repairs & Replacement Fund
$900 per family, waived for Jr. K students
New Student Application Fee
$125 per child. Non-refundable, not applicable to tuition
New Student Enrollment Deposit
$500 per child. Non-refundable, applicable to final tuition payment if paid within 2 weeks of acceptance.
Confidential and need based FACTS Financial Aid forms for K-8 are due February 10, 2020*
*Financial Aid is not available for JK.
For new families and new siblings K – 8, an application for enrollment must be submitted before financial aid applications can be processed.
Click here to apply.
Families often ask, “Will I qualify for aid?”
Many are surprised at the depth of our program and the number of families we are able to assist.
Please refer to the table below as a general guide.
|Number of Children Enrolled|
|< $75,000||Very Likely||Very Likely||Very Likely|
|$75,000-$125,000||Very Likely||Very Likely||Very Likely|
|$125,000-$175,000||Very Likely||Very Likely||Very Likely|
|$175,000-$225,000||Possible||Very Likely||Very Likely|
We welcome conversations with current and prospective parents about their unique financial situations. Please contact Jennifer Scher, Director of Institutional Advancement, email@example.com, to schedule a phone call or personal meeting.
Middle School Class Trips
Mispachat Gesher PTO Membership
PTO membership is required for Jr K – 8th grade families. Annual dues are $54 per family plus $18 for each additional sibling enrolled at Gesher after the first.
Transportation (Bus/Van Service): Fees and routes to be determined annually. Round-trip and One-way available
Before-After School Childcare: Fees determined annually.
Melnick After School Program: Fees determined annually.
This year the Jewish Federation of Greater Washington provided a total of $1,351,951 to six area Jewish day schools, or the equivalent of a $469 tuition reduction per child.