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2023-2024 Religious School Registration

Tuition rates are listed below when you select your child's class.  To see the full list of tuition & fees, click here.
Section A: Family Contact Information

Section B: Emergency Contact and Pick-Up Information
Please list the names & relationships of the adults who may pick-up your student(s) from Religious School and/or Youth Programming.
Section C: Student Enrollment Information
(If you don't see the fields for Student 2 below, please come back to this question and toggle between 1 and 2 students to get the fields to show up.)
Student 1 Information
Select the Class for Student 1: 

Sundays 9:00 - 11:30 AM
TT/TK provides and warm and welcoming environment for our youngest students to make friends, learn about Jewish holidays and Temple life and experience the joy that is the essence of Kol Tikvah’s Religious School programming. We read books, sing songs, take part in a Shabbat experience in class each week and learn with our Rabbi and Cantor in the sanctuary.
TT/TK students take part in t'filah (prayer) with the Rabbi, Cantor, and the entire school twice per month. Free play, both inside and out and art projects round out the day
Tuition: $900

Sundays 9:00 - 11:30 AM
TT/TK provides and warm and welcoming environment for our youngest students to make friends, learn about Jewish holidays and Temple life and experience the joy that is the essence of Kol Tikvah’s Religious School programming. We read books, sing songs, take part in a Shabbat experience in class each week and learn with our Rabbi and Cantor in the sanctuary.
TT/TK students take part in t'filah (prayer) with the Rabbi, Cantor, and the entire school twice per month. Free play, both inside and out and art projects round out the day
Tuition: $1000

Sundays 9:00 - 11:30 AM
Using age-appropriate materials, songs and picture books, as well as the incorporation of Jewish Life Vocabulary, we focus this year on the themes of Creation, Shabbat and Gratitude.  Students will learn about the days of creation and recognize Adam and Eve as the first people, understand the symbols of Shabbat and be able to recite the Shabbat brachot as well as Modeh Ani. Free play, both inside and out, and Hebrew through Movement round out the day. Gesher students take part in t'filah (prayer) with the Rabbi, Cantor, and the entire school each week.
Tuition: $1100

Sundays 9:00 - 11:30 AM
Mechina students will explore the themes of names: their own, their family members’ and those used to address God as they learn about the Shema prayer and the mezuzah. They will continue to learn the customs and rituals of the holiday cycle and Shabbat and expand their Hebrew vocabulary through classroom immersion in Jewish Life Vocabulary and Hebrew through Movement. Mechina students take part in t'filah (prayer) with the Rabbi, Cantor and the entire school each week.
Tuition: $1100

Sundays 9:00 - 11:30 AM
Prozdor students learn about the Torah, its books and the rituals concerning its dress and handling. They will understand the words and meaning of the Ten Commandments and learn about the matriarchs and patriarchs through Bible stories. They will continue to learn the customs and rituals of the holiday cycle and Shabbat and expand their Hebrew vocabulary through classroom immersion in Jewish Life Vocabulary and Hebrew through Movement. Medina students take part in t'filah (prayer) with the Rabbi, Cantor and the entire school each week.
Tuition: $1100

Sundays 9:00 - 11:30 AM
Students in Kitah Aleph explore the Synagogue as a place of prayer and learning.  They also investigate the vast community of Jewry around the world to understand that while we have different customs, observances and languages, we are all part of the same family. Kitah Aleph works to expand students’ Hebrew vocabulary through classroom immersion in Jewish Life Vocabulary and Hebrew through Movement as well as reinforcing prayer competency through t'filah (prayer) with the Rabbi, Cantor and the entire school each week.
Tuition: $1100

Sundays 9:00 - 11:30 AM
Students in Kitah Bet will explore the Jewish life cycle events and understand how the Jewish calendar differs from the secular one. They will delve into the distinctions between the holy and everyday practices and learn about the Havdalah ceremony.  This is the year that students and their families begin to participate in the B'nai Mitzvah Revolution (BMR) series in preparation for their 7th grade B'nai Mitzvah. Hebrew vocabulary and sound to print learning will continue through Jewish Life Vocabulary and Hebrew Through Movement as well as participation in weekly t'filah (prayer) with the Rabbi, Cantor and the entire school.
Tuition: $1650.00

Sundays 9:00 - 11:30 AM
The theme for the Gimmel class is Jewish heroes, both Biblical and modern, reinforced through BMR participation. Hebrew vocabulary and sound to print learning will continue through Jewish Life Vocabulary and Hebrew Through Movement as well as participation in weekly t'filah (prayer) with the Rabbi, Cantor and the entire school
.
Tuition: $1650

Sundays 9:00 - 11:30 AM
Kitah Dalet focuses on Anti-Semitism and the importance of standing up for ourselves, the establishment of the State of Israel and on those who have made Aliyah to Israel from around the world. Hebrew vocabulary and sound to print learning will continue through Jewish Life Vocabulary and Hebrew Through Movement as well as participation in weekly t'filah (prayer) with the Rabbi, Cantor and the entire school. Students will transition to Ulpan to strengthen their Hebrew reading and comprehension skills in preparation for their pre-B'nai Mitzvah studies with clergy.
Tuition: $1650

Tuesdays 4:00 - 6:30 p.m.
For Students in Grades 3-6, we are offering a mixed grade Tuesday option that will meet weekly from 4:00-6:30 p.m.
Tuition: $1650

We have heard your concerns and have eliminated the high fat/high sugar foods.  This is a mandatory fee for each student.

Tuesdays 5:00 - 7:00 p.m.
Formerly known as “Teen Tuesday,” this mandatory class takes place as its students prepare for and have their B'nai Mitzvah ceremonies.  Students focus on Jewish values and their application to hot topics and modern-day issues of concern to emerging adults.  Kitah Hey students take part in t'filah (prayer) with the Rabbi, Cantor each week.
Tuition for 7th Grade is included in the B'nai Mitzvah Fee

Sundays - Grades 10-12
Madrichim (teaching assistants) gain valuable experience working with children through classroom activities and workshop sessions focusing on how to write a lesson plan, evaluation of plans and experiences and teaching the lesson to the class with private feedback.
Tuition: $180

Sundays - Grades 8 and 9
Madrichim (teaching assistants) gain valuable experience working with children through classroom activities and workshop sessions focusing on how to write a lesson plan, evaluation of plans and experiences and teaching the lesson to the class with private feedback.
Tuition: $90

8 Tuesdays, 6:30 - 8:00 p.m.
Through 8 innovative and inspiring sessions, teens will examine the values motivating Jewish philanthropy. Teens will form their own philanthropic organization and select a social needs and worthy nonprofit to fundraise for. Culminating with a Shabbat service and banquet with a check presentation ceremony on May 24, 2024
Tuition: $500

8 Tuesdays, 6:30 - 8:00 p.m.
Better Together is a nationally recognized intergenerational program. The program is a component of Teen Tuesdays in partnership with the Renaissance Senior Group. Amy Cecil and Stefanie Elkins will be working together to create opportunities for dynamic intergenerational connections that will culminate in a special project that will be developed over time.

Tuesdays from 6:30 - 8:00 p.m.
New for 2023-24, SEMINAR is designed for busy teens to "dip a toe" into various subjects, many of which have been suggested by them for exploration such as Jewish cooking, Conversational Hebrew, and Jews in Sports.
Tuition is $100 per Seminar (3 Classes)
Student 2 Information
 
Select the Class for Student 2:

Sundays 9:00 - 11:30 AM
TT/TK provides and warm and welcoming environment for our youngest students to make friends, learn about Jewish holidays and Temple life and experience the joy that is the essence of Kol Tikvah’s Religious School programming. We read books, sing songs, take part in a Shabbat experience in class each week and learn with our Rabbi and Cantor in the sanctuary.
TT/TK students take part in t'filah (prayer) with the Rabbi, Cantor, and the entire school twice per month. Free play, both inside and out, and art projects round out the day
Tuition: $900

Sundays 9:00 - 11:30 AM
TT/TK provides and warm and welcoming environment for our youngest students to make friends, learn about Jewish holidays and Temple life and experience the joy that is the essence of Kol Tikvah’s Religious School programming. We read books, sing songs, take part in a Shabbat experience in class each week and learn with our Rabbi and Cantor in the sanctuary.
TT/TK students take part in t'filah (prayer) with the Rabbi, Cantor, and the entire school twice per month. Free play, both inside and out, and art projects round out the day
Tuition: $1000

Sundays 9:00 - 11:30 AM
Using age-appropriate materials, songs and picture books, as well as the incorporation of Jewish Life Vocabulary, we focus this year on the themes of Creation, Shabbat and Gratitude.  Students will learn about the days of creation and recognize Adam and Eve as the first people, understand the symbols of Shabbat and be able to recite the Shabbat brachot as well as Modeh Ani. Free play, both inside and out, and Hebrew through Movement round out the day. Gesher students take part in t'filah (prayer) with the Rabbi, Cantor, and the entire school each week.
Tuition: $1100

Sundays 9:00 - 11:30 AM
Mechina students will explore the themes of names: their own, their family members’ and those used to address God as they learn about the Shema prayer and the mezuzah. They will continue to learn the customs and rituals of the holiday cycle and Shabbat and expand their Hebrew vocabulary through classroom immersion in Jewish Life Vocabulary and Hebrew through Movement. Mechina students take part in t'filah (prayer) with the Rabbi, Cantor and the entire school each week.
Tuition: $1100

Sundays 9:00 - 11:30 AM
Prozdor students learn about the Torah, its books and the rituals concerning its dress and handling. They will understand the words and meaning of the Ten Commandments and learn about the matriarchs and patriarchs through Bible stories. They will continue to learn the customs and rituals of the holiday cycle and Shabbat and expand their Hebrew vocabulary through classroom immersion in Jewish Life Vocabulary and Hebrew through Movement. Medina students take part in t'filah (prayer) with the Rabbi, Cantor and the entire school each week.
Tuition: $1100

Sundays 9:00 - 11:30 AM
Students in Kitah Aleph explore the Synagogue as a place of prayer and learning.  They also investigate the vast community of Jewry around the world to understand that while we have different customs, observances and languages, we are all part of the same family. Kitah Aleph works to expand students’ Hebrew vocabulary through classroom immersion in Jewish Life Vocabulary and Hebrew through Movement as well as reinforcing prayer competency through t'filah (prayer) with the Rabbi, Cantor and the entire school each week.
Tuition: $1100

Sundays 9:00 - 11:30 AM
Students in Kitah Bet will explore the Jewish life cycle events and understand how the Jewish calendar differs from the secular one. They will delve into the distinctions between the holy and everyday practices and learn about the Havdalah ceremony.  This is the year that students and their families begin to participate in the B'nai Mitzvah Revolution (BMR)series in preparation for their 7th Grade B'nai Mitzvah.  Hebrew vocabulary and sound to print learning will continue through Jewish Life Vocabulary and Hebrew Through Movement as well as participation in weekly t'filah (prayer) with the Rabbi, Cantor and the entire school.
Tuition: $1650.00

Sundays 9:00 - 11:30 AM
The theme for the Gimmel class is Jewish heroes, both Biblical and modern, reinforced through BMR participation. Hebrew vocabulary and sound to print learning will continue through Jewish Life Vocabulary and Hebrew Through Movement as well as participation in weekly t'filah (prayer) with the Rabbi, Cantor and the entire school
.
Tuition: $1650

Sundays 9:00 - 11:30 AM
Kitah Dalet focuses on Anti-Semitism and the importance of standing up for ourselves, the establishment of the State of Israel and on those who have made Aliyah to Israel from around the world. Hebrew vocabulary and sound to print learning will continue through Jewish Life Vocabulary and Hebrew Through Movement as well as participation in weekly t'filah (prayer) with the Rabbi, Cantor and the entire school. Students will transition to Ulpan to strengthen their Hebrew reading and comprehension skills in preparation for their pre-B'nai Mitzvah studies with clergy.
Tuition: $1650

Tuesdays 4:00 - 6:30 p.m.
For Students in Grades 3-6, we are offering a mixed grade Tuesday option that will meet weekly from 4:00-6:30 p.m.
Tuition: $1650

We have heard your concerns and have eliminated the high fat/high sugar foods.  This is a mandatory fee for each student.

Tuesdays 5:00 - 7:00 p.m.
Formerly known as “Teen Tuesday,” this mandatory class takes place as its students prepare for and have their B'nai Mitzvah ceremonies.  Students focus on Jewish values and their application to hot topics and modern-day issues of concern to emerging adults.  Kitah Hey students take part in t'filah (prayer) with the Rabbi, Cantor each week.
Tuition for 7th Grade is included in the B'nai Mitzvah Fee

Sundays - Grades 10-12
Madrichim (teaching assistants) gain valuable experience working with children through classroom activities and workshop sessions focusing on how to write a lesson plan, evaluation of plans and experiences and teaching the lesson to the class with private feedback.
Tuition: $180

Sundays - Grades 8 and 9
Madrichim (teaching assistants) gain valuable experience working with children through classroom activities and workshop sessions focusing on how to write a lesson plan, evaluation of plans and experiences and teaching the lesson to the class with private feedback.
Tuition: $90

8 Tuesdays, 6:30 - 8:00 p.m.
Through 8 innovative and inspiring sessions, teens will examine the values motivating Jewish philanthropy. Teens will form their own philanthropic organization and select a social needs and worthy nonprofit to fundraise for. Culminating with a Shabbat service and banquet with a check presentation ceremony on May 24, 2024
Tuition: $500

8 Tuesdays, 6:30 - 8:00 p.m.
Better Together is a nationally recognized intergenerational program. The program is a component of Teen Tuesdays in partnership with the Renaissance Senior Group. Amy Cecil and Stefanie Elkins will be working together to create opportunities for dynamic intergenerational connections that will culminate in a special project that will be developed over time.

Tuesdays from 6:30-8:00 p.m.
New for 2023-24, SEMINAR is designed for busy teens to "dip a toe" into various subjects, many of which have been suggested by them for exploration such as Jewish Cooking, Conversational Hebrew, and Jews in Sports.
Tuition is $100 per Seminar (3 Classes)
Student 3 Information
Select the Class for Student 3:

Sundays 9:00 - 11:30 AM
TT/TK provides and warm and welcoming environment for our youngest students to make friends, learn about Jewish holidays and Temple life and experience the joy that is the essence of Kol Tikvah’s Religious School programming. We read books, sing songs, take part in a Shabbat experience in class each week and learn with our Rabbi and Cantor in the sanctuary.
TT/TK students take part in t'filah (prayer) with the Rabbi, Cantor, and the entire school twice per month. Free play, both inside and out and art projects round out the day
Tuition: $900

Sundays 9:00 - 11:30 AM
TT/TK provides and warm and welcoming environment for our youngest students to make friends, learn about Jewish holidays and Temple life and experience the joy that is the essence of Kol Tikvah’s Religious School programming. We read books, sing songs, take part in a Shabbat experience in class each week and learn with our Rabbi and Cantor in the sanctuary.
TT/TK students take part in t'filah (prayer) with the Rabbi, Cantor, and the entire school twice per month. Free play, both inside and out, and art projects round out the day
Tuition: $1000

Sundays 9:00 - 11:30 AM
Using age-appropriate materials, songs and picture books, as well as the incorporation of Jewish Life Vocabulary, we focus this year on the themes of Creation, Shabbat and Gratitude.  Students will learn about the days of creation and recognize Adam and Eve as the first people, understand the symbols of Shabbat and be able to recite the Shabbat brachot as well as Modeh Ani. Free play, both inside and out, and Hebrew through Movement round out the day. Gesher students take part in t'filah (prayer) with the Rabbi, Cantor, and the entire school each week.
Tuition: $1100

Sundays 9:00 - 11:30 AM
Mechina students will explore the themes of names: their own, their family members’ and those used to address God as they learn about the Shema prayer and the mezuzah. They will continue to learn the customs and rituals of the holiday cycle and Shabbat and expand their Hebrew vocabulary through classroom immersion in Jewish Life Vocabulary and Hebrew through Movement. Mechina students take part in t'filah (prayer) with the Rabbi, Cantor and the entire school each week.
Tuition: $1100

Sundays 9:00 - 11:30 AM
Prozdor students learn about the Torah, its books and the rituals concerning its dress and handling. They will understand the words and meaning of the Ten Commandments and learn about the matriarchs and patriarchs through Bible stories. They will continue to learn the customs and rituals of the holiday cycle and Shabbat and expand their Hebrew vocabulary through classroom immersion in Jewish Life Vocabulary and Hebrew through Movement. Medina students take part in t'filah (prayer) with the Rabbi, Cantor and the entire school each week.
Tuition: $1100

Sundays 9:00 - 11:30 AM
Students in Kitah Aleph explore the Synagogue as a place of prayer and learning.  They also investigate the vast community of Jewry around the world to understand that while we have different customs, observances and languages, we are all part of the same family. Kitah Aleph works to expand students’ Hebrew vocabulary through classroom immersion in Jewish Life Vocabulary and Hebrew through Movement as well as reinforcing prayer competency through t'filah (prayer) with the Rabbi, Cantor and the entire school each week.
Tuition: $1100

Sundays 9:00 - 11:30 AM
Students in Kitah Bet will explore the Jewish life cycle events and understand how the Jewish calendar differs from the secular one. They will delve into the distinctions between the holy and everyday practices and learn about the Havdalah ceremony.  This is the year that students and their families begin to participate in the B'nai Mitzvah Revolution (BMR)series in preparation for their 7th Grade B'nai Mitzvah.  Hebrew vocabulary and sound to print learning will continue through Jewish Life Vocabulary and Hebrew Through Movement as well as participation in weekly t'filah (prayer) with the Rabbi, Cantor and the entire school.
Tuition: $1650.00

Sundays 9:00 - 11:30 AM
The theme for the Gimmel class is Jewish heroes, both Biblical and modern, reinforced through BMR participation. Hebrew vocabulary and sound to print learning will continue through Jewish Life Vocabulary and Hebrew Through Movement as well as participation in weekly t'filah (prayer) with the Rabbi, Cantor and the entire school
.
Tuition: $1650

Sundays 9:00 - 11:30 a.m.
Kitah Dalet focuses on Anti-Semitism and the importance of standing up for ourselves, the establishment of the State of Israel and on those who have made Aliyah to Israel from around the world. Hebrew vocabulary and sound to print learning will continue through Jewish Life Vocabulary and Hebrew Through Movement as well as participation in weekly t'filah (prayer) with the Rabbi, Cantor and the entire school. Students will transition to Ulpan to strengthen their reading and comprehension skills in preparation for their pre-B'nai Mitzvah studies with clergy.
Tuition: $1650

Tuesdays 4:00 - 6:30 p.m.
For Students in Grades 3-6, we are offering a mixed grade Tuesday option that will meet weekly from 4:00-6:30 p.m.
Tuition: $1650

Snack Shop: $75 per studentWe have heard your concerns and have eliminated the high fat/high sugar foods.  This is a mandatory fee for each student.

Tuesdays 5:00 - 7:00 p.m.
Formerly known as “Teen Tuesday,” this mandatory class takes place as its students prepare for and have their B'nai Mitzvah ceremonies.  Students focus on Jewish values and their application to hot topics and modern-day issues of concern to emerging adults.  Kitah Hey students take part in t'filah (prayer) with the Rabbi, Cantor each week.
Tuition for 7th Grade is included in the B'nai Mitzvah Fee

Sundays - Grades 10-12
Madrichim (teaching assistants) gain valuable experience working with children through classroom activities and workshop sessions focusing on how to write a lesson plan, evaluation of plans and experiences and teaching the lesson to the class with private feedback.
Tuition: $180

Sundays - Grades 8 and 9
Madrichim (teaching assistants) gain valuable experience working with children through classroom activities and workshop sessions focusing on how to write a lesson plan, evaluation of plans and experiences and teaching the lesson to the class with private feedback.
Tuition: $90

8 Tuesdays, 6:30 - 8:00 p.m.
Through 8 innovative and inspiring sessions, teens will examine the values motivating Jewish philanthropy. Teens will form their own philanthropic organization and select a social needs and worthy nonprofit to fundraise for. Culminating with a Shabbat service and banquet with a check presentation ceremony on May 24, 2024
Tuition: $500

8 Tuesdays, 6:30 - 8:00 p.m.
Better Together is a nationally recognized intergenerational program. The program is a component of Teen Tuesdays in partnership with the Renaissance Senior Group. Amy Cecil and Stefanie Elkins will be working together to create opportunities for dynamic intergenerational connections that will culminate in a special project that will be developed over time.

Tuesdays from 6:30-8:00 p.m.
New for 2023-24, SEMINAR is designed for busy teens to "dip a toe" into various subjects, many of which have been suggested by them for exploration such as Jewish cooking, Conversational Hebrew, and Jews in Sports.
Tuition is $100 per Seminar (3 Classes)
Section D: Release Forms
Medical Release

IF REASONABLE ATTEMPTS TO REACH ME FAIL, I HEREBY GIVE MY CONSENT FOR:
Temple Kol Tikvah to arrange for emergency medical treatment by the doctor or dentist listed below, or if unable to reach preferred practitioners, by a licensed physician or hospital emergency room for treatment at their discretion.  I agree to be responsible for the cost incurred by such medical attention.

By typing my name, I confirm I have read, understand and agree to the above.
Media Release

From time to time your child’s photo may be taken in our classrooms or special events.  We use these photos in our newsletters, on the Kol Tikvah website, as well as our Social Media and other publicity materials.

Section E: Financial Commitment
I acknowledge our commitment to remain members in good standing for the 2023-2024 academic year. If you have have not renewed your membership yet, please fill out our membership renewal form HERE.  If you need assistance with membership, please email frontdesk@koltikvah.org or call 818.348.0670.

Please note, this does not apply if you are only enrolling in Tikvah Tots or Transitional Kindergarten as a non-member.
By typing my name, I confirm I have read, understand and agree to the above financial commitment.
Click Submit to Continue to Payment Page. You will be able to:
 - Pay in Full
 - Set Up Payment Plan
 - Bill to Account (Must be logged into your Kol Tikvah Member Account).
Use this option if you have made financial assistance arrangements.
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