The Rabbi Isaac Furman Scholars Program is a merit scholarship for students entering 6th grade. Eligibility will be based on: outstanding academic achievement and character that exemplifies the KBA values of kavod, menschlichkeit, and tikkum olam.
Recipients will be determined by an advisory committee consisting of a teacher, a KBA administrator, and a Board member. Once selected, additional requirements will apply and include (1) maintaining a strong academic record and (2) the completion of a yearly interdisciplinary project of the student’s choice with a faculty mentor. This scholarship renews each year of Middle School upon fulfillment of all requirements. This scholarship carries a tuition award of $5000.