BI-CULTURAL HEBREW ACADEMY

LOWER & MIDDLE SCHOOL APPLICATION PROCESS

For New Families

Applications for the Bi-Cultural Hebrew Academy Early Childhood, Lower and Middle School programs must be submitted by December 31st preceding the academic year of enrollment. Applications received after December 31st will be reviewing on a rolling basis pending space availability.

 

IMPORTANT:
Pre-K applications must be at least 4 years old by September 30th of their Pre-K year. Kindergarten applications must be at least 5 years old by September 30th of their K year.

 

Step 1:

New families can begin the process by submitting an inquiry on our website. Once you have submitted your information, a member of the admissions team will send you account information and directions for how to apply.

Step 2:

Check your application

Applications are only considered complete once all required forms have been submitted:

  • $100 non-refundable application fee
  • Copy of birth certificate
  • Student photograph
  • Information/record release form
  • Student evaluation form (to be completed by your child’s current teacher and sent directly back to admissions office)
  • Student records from previous schools (for grades 1-8)
  • If applicable: copies of any prior evaluations, IEP’s and/or 504 plans

 

Step 3:

Come for a visit!

Our Director of Admissions would be happy to give you a tour of our fun-filled school and answer any questions that you may have.

Please contact Bonnie Marcus at bmarcus@bcha-ct.org to schedule a date and time for your visit.

 

Step 4:

The Meet and Greet Process

Your child’s Meet and Greet will be scheduled once the admissions office receives a complete application.

Pre-K and K applicants: Your child will meet one-on-one with someone from our admissions team for a program readiness screener.

1st-8th Grade applicants: Applying transfer students will meet one-on-one with someone from the admissions team for a program readiness assessment.

 

Step 5:

Admissions Notifications

Parents who have completed all the above steps should expect to hear from the Admissions team within three weeks of their in-person meeting.

 

Step 6:

Enrollment Contracts

New families to the school that have completed the entire admissions process and have been accepted will receive enrollment contracts by Mid-February.

For more information or to set-up an appointment or tour:

Contact Bonnie Marcus, Director of Admissions, at bmarcus@bcha-ct.org.

What’s so amazing about Bi-Cultural Hebrew Academy? We’d love to show you!