Tuition is determined in December by the HBHA Board of Trustees for the following school year.

Tuition for 2018-19
    K-12: $10,500

Tuition for 2019-20
    K-12: $11,000

Book Fees for 2019-20:                  
  Kindergarten: $175                             
  Grades 1-5: $200
  Grades 6-8: $325
  Grades 9-12: $440

Other Fees for 2019-20:
  PTO (per family): $25
  Yearbook (per family): $45
  Activity Fee (per student): $125
  Technology fee (per student): $100
Note: MS Students will also purchase their own Chromebooks (independently or through HBHA) beginning 2019-20.

Payment Discount Program:
Payment in Full by 7/26/19 - 1.5% Tuition Discount*
*To receive discount, tuition payment must be by check or FACTS. Contact HBHA's Business Office to set up FACTS payments.
Payment Plans:
12 months (August – July)
10 months (August – May)
2 payments (July 25th and November 15th)
Full payment (Due by July 26 to receive 1.5% discount, or 7 days prior to 1st day of school if no discount)
Payment Information:
Minimum payment per child is $2,300
Finance charges of 1% per month, based on the total amount billed may be added for late payments  

Annual committment fee without Financial Assistance: $500 for first student / $100 for each additional student
Annual committment fee with Financial Assistance: $225 for first student / $100 for each additional student
Annual committment fees are non refundable and secures your students' spot(s). If a student does not return to HBHA, it will result in a forfeiture of the annual committment fee.

Click here for more information about our Academy Access Program.
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Morris Fingersh Scholarship Fund
Additional financial assistance is available to HBHA students through the Morris Fingersh Scholarship Fund. Requests for applications must be sent in writing to Kehilath Israel Synagogue, Attn: Mary Lea Greenwood, 10501 Conser, Overland Park, KS 66212. These requests will be accepted from March 15 to April 15.
Founded in 1966, Hyman Brand Hebrew Academy’s mission is to prepare students for fulfilling lives as Jews and as honorable and contributing citizens.