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Bernard & Alice Selevan Religious School Registration

A NON-REFUNDABLE Tuition Deposit of $150.00 is required at the time of enrollment for all Programs.

Gan (Kindergarten)
The Gan program serves as a warm and inviting introduction to Jewish education through experiential learning of Jewish holidays, Torah, prayers, art, and songs. Students begin to develop familiarity and comfort with Hebrew letters, words, and language.

Sundays 9:00 am-12:00 pm                   $360 Tuition*

Aleph (1st Grade)
The Aleph program continues to nurture our younger students with a combination of hands-on and formal classroom experiences, with an increased concentration in Hebrew reading, prayer, and language skills. Students in 1st grade take part in a Hagigat HaSiddur program with 1st graders from the Martin J. Gottlieb Day School.

Sundays 9:00 am-12:00 pm                 $710 Tuition*

Bet (2nd Grade); Gimel (3rd Grade); Dalet (4th Grade);  Hay (5th Grade) and Vav 6th Grade)
Students will continue with Hebrew skills, developing fluency, and basic vocabulary. Prayer study plays a central role in the curriculum; students will explore the daily and Shabbat prayer services as well as the blessings of everyday Jewish life. All grades study and experience the holidays, learn Torah, and delve into Jewish values, mitzvot, history, and life cycle
events in a spiral curriculum that continually builds upon and deepens knowledge obtained in previous years. Our Sunday Judaics classes are taught in a rotation of arts specialists. Hebrew reading and prayer fluency is taught on both days through a self-paced method and reinforcement online. Conversational Hebrew is used throughout the program.

Sundays 9:00 am – 12:00 pm  AND Wednesdays 4:30 – 6:30 pm                                $1200 Tuition*

Zayin (7th grade)
Our middle school program builds on students’ prior knowledge and experiences while promoting new learning. It empowers them to articulate positive Jewish identities with pride while adding breadth and depth to their understanding and observance of Judaism. In addition to core subjects such as Jewish Texts, ethics and mitzvot, and community responsibility, students master the daily and Shabbat prayer services for Bar/Bat Mitzvah and beyond. 

Sundays 9:00 am – 12:00 pm  AND Wednesdays 4:30 – 6:30 pm                                $1200 Tuition*

*Additional Information:
PTA Dues: PTA dues of $36 per family will automatically be assessed.

Tuition Assistance: The Jacksonville Jewish Center has an ongoing policy of providing financial aid based upon special needs and circumstances. A special committee appointed by the president makes decisions regarding financial aid and all records are kept strictly confidential. Aid is awarded on an individual basis following the Committee’s review of an application. Application forms can be obtained from the Center’s accounting department. Forms must be submitted and approved for each year aid is requested.