Toronto’s Premier Community Jewish High School

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TanenbaumCHAT Tuition Accessibility Program

A new initiative to enhance financial accessibility to TanenbaumCHAT

We are excited to announce a new initiative that will address the financial burden faced by many Jewish families in providing their children with a Jewish day school education. 

Beginning in the 2022/23 school year, our school will offer tuition relief through the TanenbaumCHAT Tuition Accessibility Program (TTAP) to families with incomes between $150,000-$350,000 who would otherwise not qualify for assistance. TTAP is supported by ongoing and robust fundraising through our Powering TanenbaumCHAT annual campaign.

How does TTAP work?

TTAP determines a discount based on total household income and the number of children enrolled at TanenbaumCHAT. 

  • Families with gross income between $150,000-$249,999 will be eligible for a 10% tuition discount for their first child and a 15% discount for their other children who are enrolled concurrently.  

  • Families with gross family income between $250,000-$350,000 will be eligible for a 5% tuition discount for their first child and a 7.5% discount for their other children who are enrolled concurrently. 

Important

  • TTAP does not replace UJA's Community Scholarships program (JCAP) for which  families earning less than $150,000 may be eligible. Applications for UJA’s Community Scholarship program will be available online as of April 25, 2022 and processed in the summer of 2022, for the 2022/23 school year  jcap.tanenbaumchat.org 

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Want to know if your
family qualifies for TTAP?

You can use our quick and easy tuition calculator
anonymously to estimate your TTAP eligibility.  

Questions about the calculator? Email us at info@tanenbaumchat.org.

What makes TTAP different from the UJA’s Community Scholarships (JCAP) program?

Both programs are designed to enhance financial accessibility to the school. TTAP has been established by TanenbaumCHAT for families who are not eligible for UJA Community Scholarships, and is fully funded by
the school and by donors to our annual campaign. 

How Do I Apply for TTAP?

Step 1

Use our quick and easy tuition calculator anonymously to estimate your eligibility. Depending on the information you provide, our online calculator may refer you to apply to JCAP instead of to TTAP.

Step 2

If you are eligible, once you have applied to enter TanenbaumCHAT or re-registered for Grade 10, 11 or 12, you can apply for TTAP here.

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