Cincinnati Hebrew Day School is a participant in the Ohio Educational Choice Scholarship Program. The Ohio Educational Choice Scholarship program (EdChoice) provides a limited number of scholarships to students who attend persistently under-performing public schools. The scholarship, sometimes called a voucher, must be used to attend a participating chartered nonpublic school. Students who are enrolling for the first time in school in Ohio and who would otherwise be assigned to a failing public school are likely eligible for this voucher. Families applying for this voucher must have established residency in Ohio before the end of July.
Additionally, there is a second program called the Expansion program, which is income based. This scholarship is available for families who fall at or below the 200% federal poverty line, when they are not eligible for the standard EdChoice Scholarship Program. This program is available for students entering 5th grade and below for the 2018-2019 school year. Please note the application period ended April 30th for the 2018-2019 school year, and scholarships are restricted based on funds available. More information can be found here.
Please read the following important information about Ohio EdChoice student absences. Failure to comply with the attendance requirements can possibly result in loss of the EdChoice voucher.