Interested in Teen Beit Midrash? Not sure if you want to register, but looking for more information? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org!
To register for the program, please follow this link to complete the online registration form: Student Registration Form
Teen Beit Midrash invites families to consider the actual cost per student for the year, as well their own resources at this time, and name tuition that works for them.
The actual cost per student for the year is $2,300.
For reference, please consider the following breakdown:
70% = $1610
85% = $1955
100% = $2300
115% = $2645
130% = $2990
The cost for one semester is fixed at $1300. If this presents an obstacle for your participation, please email Rabbi Becky Silverstein (email@example.com).
Payment is due at the beginning of the semester (first classes in September and January). If you would like to pay in installments, or have other registration questions, please email Rabbi Becky Silverstein (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Checks should be made out to “National Havurah Commitee” with “Teen Beit Midrash” written in memo.
Checks should be mailed to:
National Havurah Committee
125 Maiden Lane 8B
New York, NY 10038
The emphasis in this program is a year-long experience of developing as Jewish learners in a strong community context. The tuition is set to reflect the year experience of classes, open houses, shabbatonim, and end of year party. We recognize that some students have other commitments such that they cannot participate for the whole year, so there are two semester options (fall and spring). All students are welcome to join shabbatonim and other outside of class activities, regardless of which semester they attend.
The number of classes in these semesters fluctuates each year, sometimes significantly, due especially to the high holidays. We have placed the beginning of the spring semester after winter break, following the largest break between classes, which is the best time for new students to jump in. Students enrolled in the fall semester are encouraged to stay through the beginning of the spring semester at no additional cost.