Jewish Academy initiates TAP
February 21, 2020
Jewish Academy of Orlando has made private education more accessible by initiating the Tuition Assistance Program. The TAP program adjusts tuition based on a family’s income for new students in grades TK-5th. TAP is designed to boost enrollment of new students by specifically targeting middle-income families.
The TAP program includes a simple online tuition calculator for parents, which they can use to determine their student’s tuition fees based on their income. If the calculated tuition fees are acceptable, parents can submit their request for approval, and receive a response from the school within 48 hours.
Allowing parents to quickly determine and receive approval of their student’s tuition fees based on their income, and in the privacy of their own home, allows parents to quickly evaluate the cost and be confident they can afford sending their children to a private school.
JAO supporter David Krinker mentioned, “The TAP program is one of several initiatives to make our amazing school accessible to even more families and minimize cost as a barrier to an excellent private school education.”
Head of School Alan Rusonik stated, “We are confident TAP will boost our enrollment and make our great school accessible to even more families.” Jewish Academy of Orlando serves central Florida students of all faiths from transitional kindergarten through fifth grade. The school delivers a whole-child education fostering academic excellence and character education rooted in Jewish values. Jewish Academy of Orlando is accredited by the Florida Council of Independent Schools.