Admissions

Tuition

de Toledo High School is a vibrant, academically rigorous school where intellectual imagination and ethical action are inseparable. We seek to shape students into collaborative leaders and respectful people of character who love to learn and explore the many facets of Jewish identity. Each student is valued for his or her individuality and all may strive for excellence—as scholars, athletes, artists, and A+ human beings.

2018-2019 TUITION

Base Tuition $37,900

MISCELLANEOUS FEES

New Student Fees $1500
Application for Admissions $125
Application for Admissions After Deadline $175

SUPPLEMENTAL FEES

9th Grade $1750
10th Grade $2130
11th Grade $2850
12th Grade $3110


*Supplemental Fees are not eligible for Tuition Assistance and include, but are not limited to: grade trips, the Shabbaton weekend retreat, Parent Organization dues, the yearbook, safety and emergency preparedness needs, and Hebrew textbooks. Grade 12 fees also include graduation costs.

Tuition Assistance

The Board of Directors of de Toledo High School (dTHS) is committed to providing tuition assistance to our families. We are proud that this program enables many students to attend dTHS who might not otherwise be able to do so.

All information provided in the Tuition Assistance application is confidential and is not shared with anyone other than the Tuition Assistance Committee (TAC) or agencies from which dTHS receives grants. These agencies guarantee that all data remains confidential and is used only for the specific tuition assistance grants awarded to dTHS.

dTHS greatly appreciates that the Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles, the Jim Joseph Foundation, the Builders of Jewish Education (BJE), as well as other donors, financially support our tuition assistance program.
Located in the San Fernando Valley portion of the City of Los Angeles in Northern Los Angeles County. de Toledo High School is accredited by the California Association of Independent Schools (CAIS), the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) and Builders of Jewish Education (BJE,) and financially supported by the Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles and the Jim Joseph Foundation.