Note: Tuition and fees for the 2013-2014 academic year will be established in December 2012.
- Tuition for the school year is $32,155.
- There is an additional one-time new student fee of $1,500 per student.
- There is an annual security fee of $700 per family.
- A non-refundable or non-transferable deposit of $2,500 is required upon acceptance.
- Balance of tuition is due mid-May.
- A 12-month payment plan is available. (There is a $137 per month deferred charge assessed for the 12-month payment plan)
- Tuition insurance is available for $250. It is mandatory if the 12-month payment plan is selected.
As in many educational institutions, Milken finds that tuition does not cover operating costs. Therefore, several fundraising activities occur during the year. Milken depends on parents to contribute as generously as their circumstances allow.
For upper school students, textbooks are purchased online through www.mbsdirect.com. There is an additional fee for Hebrew and Judaic Studies textbooks. All in-coming middle and upper school students are expected to participate in our 1to1 computing environment featuring Apple Powerbook.
For Middle School students, there is a flat fee for all textbooks and every student will be expected to participate in the Mac laptop program.
- Grade 7 California Trip
- Grade 8 Tiyulim (trips) week
- Grade 9 Colorado River Trip
- Grade 10 Tiferet Israel Fellowship Semester Abroad (optional)
- Grade 12 March of the Living (optional)
Milken Community High School is committed to providing financial aid to families who qualify. Financial need however, is not a factor in determining admission decisions. All financial aid is held in the strictest confidence and is "need blind". For more information or questions about applying for financial aid, please contact Linda Riff, Assistant Head of School for Finance and Operations at 310.440.3500. Details on the process can also be found in our admissions information packet.
JEWISH HIGH SCHOOL GRANT OPPORTUNITIES
Special New Grants Available from the Jim Joseph Foundation
Think you might not qualify for tuition assistance? Why not try? Check out http://www.bjela.org/HSgrant to find out!
Thanks to additional funds from The Jim Joseph Foundation and The Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles, we are able to help more families afford a Jewish education.