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Do I Qualify?

To qualify for tuition assistance, families need to meet the following requirements:

  • At least one child from the family will be entering private school for the first time
  • The student will attend a registered private school in the upcoming school year
  • The student meets all academic and other admission requirements of that school
  • The student will be entering K – 7th Grade
  • The family must agree to pay a portion of the tuition ($500 minimum), and participate in their children’s education.
  • The family meets the following income eligibility guidelines

CSFB is a lifesaver to our families in need.”

— Torah Institute Executive Vice President Yaakov “Jake” Goldstein

Annual Income Eligibility Scale for 2018–2019 School Year

*Maximum Income Based on Total Annual 2017 Income

House size

Up to 75%

Up to 50%

Up to 25%

Two

Up to $16,240

$16,241 – $30,044

$30,045 – $43,848

Three

Up to $20,420

$20,421 – $37,777

$37,778 – $55,134

Four

Up to $24,600

$24,601 – $45,510

$45,511  – $66,420

Five

Up to $28,780

$28,781 – $53,243

$53,244 – $77,706

Six

Up to $32,960

$32,961 – $60,976

$60,977 – $88,992

Seven

Up to $37,140

$37,141 – $68,709

$68,710  – $100,278

Eight

Up to $41,320

$41,321 – $76,442

$76,443  – $111,564

For Each Additional Child

Add $4,180

Add $7,733

Add $11,286


Note: Scholarship amounts vary depending on family income, household size, and the school’s tuition cost.

If you have any questions about our qualification guidelines please contact us at 410-243-2510.

Education is for improving the lives of others and for leaving your community and world better than you found it.”

— Marian Wright Edelman