Tuition for the 2019-2020 academic year is $69,125.
Tuition covers the cost of all books and materials.
A non-refundable application fee of $100.00 must accompany your application.
Aaron School does not discriminate on the basis of gender, race, religion, or national or ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, its scholarship programs, or other school-administered programs.
The following tuition assistance options may assist your family as they are used by some of our current families. Please note, these options are not affiliated with Aaron School as Aaron School does not offer tuition assistance.
Student Loan Programs
For parents who wish to borrow to finance their child’s private school education, Sallie Mae offers a K-12 Family Education Loan. It can be used to cover the entire cost of your child’s education and some education related expenses. You can apply directly online at www.salliemae.com/K12loan or you can call 1.800.559.3220.
Reimbursement for Placement Made by Parents in a Private School
1. You have the right to a free appropriate public education for your child.
2. If you are the parent of a child who previously received special education programs and/or services through the school district and you place your child in a private school, you are responsible for the cost.
3. However, if you can prove at an impartial hearing or State-level court appeal that the school district did not provide your child with a free appropriate public education in a timely manner prior to that enrollment in private school and that the school you choose is appropriate to meet your child’s educational needs, the school district may be required to reimburse you for the cost of the placement.
4. Your reimbursement may be denied or reduced if you do not:
a) Inform the school district at the most recent CSE or CSPE meeting you attend that you are rejecting the placement proposed by the school district and state your concerns and that you will be placing your child at a private school at public expense, or
b) Provide the school district with written notice of at least ten business days prior to placing your child in the private school. Note that there are exceptions for special circumstances.
5. If the school gave you written notice prior to your removing your child from public school that it wants to evaluate your child, you must make your child available for the evaluation. If you refuse to make your child available, any request for tuition reimbursement may be reduced or denied.
6. If you do not inform the school district or make your child available for the evaluation, or if there are other unreasonable actions on your part, an impartial hearing officer or court may reduce or deny the reimbursement of costs of the private school for your child.
Source: The University of the State of New York
The State Education Department
Albany, NY 12234
Hebrew Free Loan Society http://hfls.org/
The individuals listed below may be helpful in assisting you in receiving services for your child:
Lauren Baum, Esq.
Tel: (212) 644-4414
Advocates for Children
Tel: (212) 947-9779 ext. 73
THE LAW OFFICE OF GOTTLIEB AND GOTTLIEB LLP
195 Montague Street, 14th Floor
Brooklyn Heights, NY 11201
Michelle Kule-Korgood, Esq.
Tel: (718) 261-0181
Gary Mayerson, Esq.
Tel: (212) 265-7200
Neal Rosenberg, Esq.
Tel: (212) 732-9450
Steven L. Goldstein
111 John Street, Suite 800
New York, New York 10038
Regina Skyer, Esq.
Tel: (212) 532-9736
Susan Lugar Associates, Inc.
Tel: (212) 769-4644
Scott@ScottMCohenLaw.com 646 580 2281
Tracey Spencer Walsh, Esq
Special Education Attorney
379 West Broadway
New York, NY 10012
Jennifer M. Frankola, Esq.
Education Law Group
Lewis Johs Avallone Aviles, LLP
61 Broadway, Suite 2000
New York, N.Y. 10006
212-233-7195 ext. 13
Law Offices of Michelle Siegel
379 West Broadway, NYC 10012
New York Legal Assistance Group
212 613 5000
Steven Alizio, Esq. M.S.Ed.
Law Offices of Nancy Rothenberg, PLLC
Attorneys at Law917-805-3377 (office)