Leading Our Community: RPRY Tuition Affordability Plan (TAP)
With great excitement, RPRY rolled out its Tuition Affordability Plan (TAP) a few years ago. The TAP is intended to help address affordability issues for our middle income families, in a climate where, nationwide, families continue to face the hurdle of managing the ever-increasing tuition costs of vital day school education. The RPRY TAP implements a tuition “cap” by setting a limit on the total amount of tuition that an eligible family pays. Leading our community in responsiveness to this issue, RPRY demonstrates its vision and commitment to making the cost of precious Jewish day school education more affordable.
No child is denied a Jewish education at RPRY because of finances. This credo is a core principle of our school’s mission. We provide need-based financial aid awards to eligible K-8 families who apply.
Financial aid applications are completed through FACTS once enrollment forms are submitted.
All families may select a payment plan that best suits them on their FACTS account, including a monthly option spread over a 10 month period.
This site provides information using PDF, visit this link to download the Adobe Acrobat Reader DC software.