Thank you for your interest in Hillel Academy. There are several ways to get to know our school. Since you are already at our school website, we encourage you to browse the classroom pages (and the related teacher blogs) along with past issues of Hillel Highlights to get a good peek into the daily happenings at school. Also, ask around. Talk to parents of our students or to people who know about our school. If you would like some starter names and contacts, just give us a call and we can help you out.
Please schedule your tour as early as possible!
Tours take about 30 minutes. We'll take you in our classrooms and answer your questions.
Your child is welcome to spend time in a classroom for a partial or full day.
The interview is meant to be a conversation for you to get to know us, and for us to get to know you and your hopes for your child.
If you would like to combine your tour and interview, plan about 90 minutes for the entire process.
Our screening process includes assessments that give us a snapshot of your child’s abilities in reading, math, and writing. It is also a time when children can ask us questions, talk to us about things they are interested in, or tell us about things they hope they would get to do at Hillel Academy.
Financial Aid Forms
We keep the cost to attend Hillel within the reach of any family. Thanks to generous grants from the Jewish Federation of Dayton, and from the support of many individuals, business, and sponsors, we've been able to do so.
OUR APPLICATION PROCESS
Tuition is $8,350.00 for all grades. There is a 15% discount for each additional child.
(applicable only for those paying full tuition)
Interested in the Sinai Scholarship? Apply Here.
Non Discrimination Statement:
Hillel Academy of Greater Dayton admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at this school. The school does not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, color, nationality, ethnic origin or sexual orientation in administration of educational policies, admission policies, scholarship programs, or other school-administered programs.