Admission Process

Hebrew Academy International is open to qualified persons without regard to affiliation, denomination, association, race, national or ethnic origin, age, gender or disability. To apply for admission go to our website and click here to apply online. Simply follow the prompts and fill in the requested information. It’s that easy. Once we’ve received all required information and documents, we will review your application. Please be aware that the Hebrew Academy reserves the right to reject incomplete application submissions.

Acceptance for admission will be considered upon receipt of an online Application for Admission. Students will be notified in writing of their official acceptance into the Hebrew Academy. Upon a student’s successful admission, will send information via email which includes an acceptance letter, student catalog. and other vital student information.

Students who are not interested in becoming a student or receiving a certificate or degree but would like to audit courses should also go to the website and click on the Audit Class link. Audit students will receive confirmation of their registration into that course. FULL ADMISSION If the interview process is successful an applicant is given full admission to Hebrew Academy International when the criteria for application and admission have been fulfilled. Applicants are notified concerning full admission within two to four weeks.

In some cases, students can be given tentative admission pending receipt of official documentation to complete their application file. The student’s admission status is moved to full admission when all documentation arrives at and meets all admission and program requirements. The HOI reserves the right to reverse an admission decision if the documentation is inconsistent, or the admission and program requirements are not fully met.

Any former student who has drop out or could not otherwise finish their program must still apply to for readmission. The application for readmission should be submitted at least thirty days prior to the opening date of the first quarter of the program.