Financial Assistance


Application Process  



Financial Assistance  


CJP understands the importance of a Jewish early childhood education. A limited amount of scholarship funding is available for families who want a Jewish education for their child. Scholarship funding is awarded annually by using FAST.  FAST, a third party,  receives and reviews the information and makes their recommendations. Once a recommendation is made by FAST, the CJP scholarship committee will make a final determination and a letter will be sent with award information.  If there is additional information or concerns, you may contact Nicole Levine at Jewish Family Services. The confidentiality of all financial and personal information is strictly maintained. Scholarships are determined in June for the following school year.

The CJP Scholarship Committee, which consists of three members of the CJP Board, the CJP Executive Director & JFS consultants, is responsible for ensuring that funds designated for financial aid are awarded in a fair manner and on an as-needed basis as recommended by Jewish Family Services.


Annual Fund