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Jewish Education Program Enrollment and Financial Information

Forms, instructions, and financial information for enrolling new and returning students in one of Gateways’ Jewish Education Programs. To enroll in any of Gateways’ Jewish Education Programs, we ask that parents/guardians complete the registration forms each year.

Registration

Registration for Returning Families

Contact Michal Pullman, Student Services Financial Administrator, to receive a link to update your registration from last year. Please do not start a new registration, as you will not be able to import the previous registration later.

Registration for New Families:

Please follow the steps below to complete the forms in your favorite web browser. 

Beginning Your Registration
  1. Open the GJEP Registration Portal to the home page. Please read all the information on this page.
  2. Click the “Begin Student Registration” button when you have finished reading.
  3. Create your security code and enter your email as directed.
  4. When you receive the link to edit, please click on it to see the form. 
Filling Out the Form

There are five main pieces to the form, matching our Word forms sent in previous years:

  • Student Profile
  • Home Profile
  • Educational Profile
  • Emergency and Medical Form
  • Permissions, including our Informed Consent form
  • Tuition and Fees (replaces the Enrollment Contract)

To choose the form to edit, use the drop-down menu at the end of the Student Profile section. You may also choose “All Forms.”

Financial Information

Gateways is committed to making every reasonable effort to prevent cost from being an insurmountable obstacle for a family who wishes to participate in our Jewish Education Programs.  If you have any financial or administrative questions, please contact Michal Pullman, Student Services Financial Administrator.

Payment plans are available to all families with children who are enrolled in programs or who receive services through Gateways.  Financial aid is also available based on demonstrated need.  Please note that all financial arrangements must be completed before services can begin.

Program Fees and Policies

Review the Fees and Polices PDF for tuition rates and a full statement of payment policies and options. Jewish Education Program fees are set each spring for the following school year.

Payment Plan Information

All installment plans are handled through FACTS Tuition Management. Please return your Jewish Education Program contract with your initial payment, indicating your preferred payment schedule.

Payment Options

After you register, you will receive an email summarizing the total tuition due. You may:

  • Pay Gateways in full via check or FACTS (no fee)
  • Pay Gateways for the first semester and defer the second semester payment to January (no fee)
  • Pay Gateways for the first quarter and pay FACTS on a quarterly basis ($45 FACTS fee, less $20 reimbursement from Gateways deducted from your first FACTS payment)
  • Pay a 20% deposit then pay FACTS on a monthly basis ($45 FACTS fee)

Setting up Your Payment Plan

If you have already enrolled in FACTS through Gateways in the previous year:

Do not enroll again.  Once you have sent in your paperwork and payment, we will re-enroll your account and you will receive a confirmation letter from FACTS detailing the steps to set up an online account to view your new payment plan.

If you have never enrolled in FACTS:

Enroll with this link.

Financial Aid

Financial aid is available for qualified families based on demonstrated need.

Gateways is now using FAST, a financial aid processing service that several of the day schools also use. 

Financial aid applications for new students are due with enrollment, and for returning students by a deadline communicated the previous school year. All others are handled on a case-by-case basis and must be discussed with the business office.

If you have already completed a FAST application through another school:

You should have received an email with instructions for applying to multiple schools. If you do not have this email, please contact FAST directly.

If you have never completed a FAST application:

Click here to begin your application.

If you have any questions about payment plans or financial aid, or if, after completing your FAST application, you wish to communicate special circumstances that you believe have not been captured, please email Deirdre Munley.

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