1. First, parents complete an online application for our weekly and monthly offerings (coming soon).
2. The applicatons give you options on how you can pay your bill. Once this information is submitted, the Business Office will send you a preliminary bill, which includes the registration fee. This statement will be sent to you both electronically and by regular mail within one week. Your statement will be adjusted if you are subsequently awarded financial aid or if your child subsequently selects a class in the Gratz Advance Program.
3. If you would like to apply for financial aid for the weekly classes, click here. There is also a link on the application.
Tuition and fee information will be available soon.
Here are Frequently Asked Questions relating to Registration: If you still have questions, please contact Luba Pridachin.
The existing Sunday and Tuesday programs on campus are fundamentally the same – just enhanced!
The Tuesday night program is specifically for 11th and 12th graders. Tenth graders who can comfortably participate in a class geared to 11th graders are also more than welcome to enroll.
YES! As long as you continue to matriculate at JCHS in one of the ways listed above, you can continue to accrue credits.
For instance, if you enroll in your synagogue’s high school program and take one JOLT class or join the monthly Lunch-and-Learn program or Food for Thought class, you can transfer in credits from your synagogue high school program up to the number of credits you need in order to earn your certificate.
Unfortunately not. To earn college credit, you need to enroll in a Gratz Advance class on the Mandell Education campus or through JOLT.
Yes, we look forward to debuting a Social Entrepreneurship Program in coming months! The Social Entrepreneurship Program will offer teens – whether they are enrolled in one of our weekly or monthly programs or not – an opportunity to earn high school credits for participating in communal service projects!
Any other questions? Please contact Luba Pridachin.