How to Apply


Open House for Prospective Students Sunday, November 5, 2023 9 a.m.
JSAT Level 8 Exams

Yeshiva High School Placement Exams

Judaic Studies (JSAT Level 8)-TBD
Deadline for Applications Monday, November 13, 2023
Acceptance Letters Mailed Thursday, February 15, 2024
Deadline for Registration Sunday, February 25, 2024
Frisch Placement Diagnostic for Registered Students TBD

Please contact the admissions office at with any questions regarding the admissions process.



Applications for admission of prospective 9th graders are accepted from September through Monday, November 13, 2023. Applications from students who want to transfer into Frisch from other schools are accepted on a rolling basis.

Applications can be filled out online here.

A nonrefundable application fee of $150 must accompany the application.



The Judaic Studies exam date and administration locations are to be determined. If you are not able to register through your current school, please contact Rabbi Tzvi Daum (



A student interview and a brief meeting with the student’s parent(s) will be scheduled by the Admissions Office once your application has been received. You will be called to arrange a mutually agreeable time. The objective of the interview is an exchange of knowledge – the student and parents learn more about Frisch and the school learns more about the student. Parents will also have an opportunity to tour our school at that time.



Applications from students who want to transfer into Frisch from other schools are accepted on a rolling basis. All students considering transfer must complete an application for admission.



Our Mechina program is for students who have no formal Jewish education. Applicants must have the ability to read Hebrew. Applications to this program are accepted on a rolling basis. Mechina applicants may apply for a Shay Scholarship. The Shay Scholars Program is a merit based program which defrays a portion of Frisch tuition. For additional information contact



All accepted students who plan to attend Frisch must take the Frisch Placement Diagnostic in math and Hebrew language. Students are not expected to study for this assessment. The purpose of the assessment is to determine the student’s comfort level with various math functions, while the goal of the Hebrew assessment is to determine the student’s comprehension and writing skills, enabling us to appropriately place students in math and Hebrew classes.



Frisch offers tuition assistance to families based upon financial need. An application and supporting documentation must be submitted after registration. A scholarship committee conducts a confidential review of all applications and determines the amount of assistance to be given. Learn more by clicking here.