Wornick is committed to providing the highest quality Jewish education to any child regardless of financial capacity. We have a confidential tuition assistance process to ensure equitable distribution of scholarships among the Wornick community. Tuition Assistance awards are based solely upon a family’s financial need.
The Wornick Board of Trustees ensures that Tuition Assistance funds are available through donations and grants. Twenty percent of Wornick's budget is dedicated to tuition assistance funding. While most awards are made in the spring for the upcoming year, Wornick makes in-year grants to families with sudden economic needs.
To learn more about our Tuition Assistance program click here or contact Judy Thalheimer, Director of Admission.
To apply for Tuition Assistance on or after November 1, click on the logo to the right which will take you to the website for Financial Aid for School Tuition (FAST). Tuition Assistance applications are due on or before February 15, 2013.
Important: We suggest that you make an appointment with your tax preparer or plan to complete your 2012 tax return so that it can be submitted to FAST in advance of the February 15th deadline!
PrepGATE Loan Program
We are proud to partner with PrepGATE for families wishing to consider an education loan.
The prepGATE Loan application takes as few as 15 minutes to complete online, with qualified applicants receiving repayment terms instantly.
Qualified families benefit from:
- Flexible repayment terms
- No prepayment penalty
- Origination fees as low as 0%
- Funds disbursed directly to your child’s school
Hebrew Free Loan
Hebrew Free Loan offers interest-free loans to Jewish individuals in Northern California to fulfill a variety of financial needs. Those seeking loans must complete a process which includes meeting in person with a Hebrew Free Loan staff member and obtaining cosigners or a security agreement.
Wornick is grateful for the support of our community and institutions that enables us to provide an exceptional education to any child.