Jewish Community Affordability Platform (JCAP)

JCAP overview

Accessibility is a core value of Associated Hebrew Schools and we strive to ensure no child is denied for financial reasons. For more than 40 years, the Tuition Assistance Program has helped thousands of families in our community attend Jewish day school. UJA Federation’s Koschitzky Centre for Jewish Education continues to use an online model named JCAP. The JCAP system has made Tuition Support more accessible, transparent and secure, while reducing duplication and administration and will remain completely confidential.

*if you haven’t qualified for JCAP in the past, you may be able to access the Generations Trust Scholarship. For more information please click HERE.

Required documents

Before applying please review the following:
The JCAP requires documents in electronic format. The following supporting documentation may be required for your application and must belong to the most recent year:

  • two consecutive pay slips,
  • T4s,
  • copy of income tax returns,
  • copies of statements representing outstanding loans,
  • mortgages,
  • lines of credit,
  • rental documents,
  • property tax assessments,
  • investment statements and or
  • divorce or separation agreements.

To view the full list of documents that may be required, please click here for the Tuition-Support-Required-Documents.pdf.

Deadline and other information

Tuition support applications for 2021-2022 are due by May 31, 2021

Families will only be assessed if their children have been enrolled with Associated Hebrew Schools and have indicated that tuition support is required.

All questions about school procedures and policies should be directed to:

Enrolment Manager:
Ossy Goldenberg
416.494.7666 x 300

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