Financial Aid

An overview of financial aid options at YTCTE

YTCTE is dedicated to making a high-quality education in Limudei Kodesh and Secular Studies available to eligible students, regardless of the family’s ability to pay. We’re proud to offer scholarship assistance to qualifying families and students. Our process is outlined in detail below.

We know the financial aid process can be daunting and we’re here for you every step of the way. For questions or to find out what resources are available for your family, please contact Mrs. Julia Zaidenberg in our Admission Office
at (305) 947-9477 or jzaidenberg@ytcte.org.

How it Works

After your child has been accepted to YTCTE, you’ll have the opportunity to apply for financial aid during the registration process.

For a detailed breakdown of the YTCTE admission and registration process, please go here.

1

Apply for Government Assistance

The first step in the financial aid process is applying for any government funding available to your family.

Applications for government programs are submitted directly to each agency, according to their submission guidelines. Once these government resources have been exhausted, parents can apply for tuition assistance from YTCTE.

Below is a list of some of the programs available to YTCTE families.

If you’re not sure what your family is eligible for, please contact Mrs. Julia Zaidenberg at (305) 947-9477 or jzaidenberg@ytcte.org.

Step Up for Students and AAA are government funded programs that offer tuition grants for income eligible families. Families can apply to both programs but may only use funds from one.

To learn more, please visit the program sites.

Visit Step Up for Students
Visit AAA

This Florida-residents-only program provides a tuition discount of approximately $2,500 to eligible Pre-K parents.

To qualify:

You must be a Florida resident
Your child must be 4 by September 1st

Apply here.

There are several government programs that assist with school expenses for special needs children. Contact Mrs. Julia Zaidenberg at (305) 947-9477 or jzaidenberg@ytcte.org to find out what might be available for your family.

2

Apply for a YTCTE Scholarship

If you’ve exhausted government funds, or your family isn’t eligible for government assistance, and tuition still isn’t affordable, it’s time to apply for a scholarship from YTCTE.  Each family’s case is securely and carefully reviewed to determine need.

Fill out a secure, confidential TAAP financial aid application, and upload the required documents. 

After you submit your financial aid application and all supporting documents, the YTCTE tuition committee reviews your application.

The YTCTE Tuition Committee will notify you of their scholarship decision.