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Mondays – Thursdays
8:30am – 3:30pm
Can drop off as early as 8:15am
Friday Dismissal
3:00pm (Spring/Summer)
2:00 (Fall/Winter)

Elementary & Middle

8:00am – 3:45pm (M-TH)
Can drop off as early as 7:45am
Friday Dismissal
3:15pm (Spring/Summer)
2:15 (Fall/Winter)

High School

8:00am – 4:30pm (M-TH)
Can drop off as early as 7:45am
Friday Dismissal
3:15pm (Spring/Summer)
2:15 (Fall/Winter)

ECC Options

Farber offers Early Care beginning at 7:45 a.m. and Latchkey after school until 5:30 p.m.
These options carry an extra cost and spots are limited.

Elementary Options

LatchKey is available for students in grades in grades K – 3 until 5:30 p.m.
These options carry an extra cost and spots are limited.

ECC Tuition

5 Full Days (all classes) – $10,900
3 Full Days (Todder, N2) – $8,000
2 Full Days (Toddler, N2) – $5,700
5 Half Days (Toddler, N2) – $6,800
3 Half Days (Toddler, N2) – $4,400

K - 12 Tuition

Elementary School (K-5)
Middle School (Grades 6-8)
High School (Grades 9-12)

School Fees

Registration Fee
$300/student (annually)
Building Fund (Grades N3 – 12th)
$2,000/family (annually)
Security Fee (all grades)
$250/family (annually)

Early Care Options

Available from 7:45am – 8:15am
5 Days – $750/year
4 Days – $650/year
3 Days – $550
2 Days – $375
1 Day – $200
Pre-arranged single session – $12/day and is based on availability. ECC siblings of Farber students in grades K-12 will not be charged for Early Care, but you MUST register!


Offered from 3:45 – 5:30pm on Mondays through Thursdays to students in ECC – 3rd Grade.
4 Days – $2,300
3 Days – $1,750
2 Days – $1,180
1 Day – $700
Pre-arranged single session is $20 and based on availability.
Late pickups are charge $1 per minute.

Farber believes that finances should not be a barrier to a child’s receiving a Jewish education. Many families qualify for and receive financial aid, which is available for students at all grade levels. CDC funding, for those who qualify, is accepted at Farber for ECC students. We encourage you to have a conversation with our finance department before making an assumption about whether or not you might be eligible for financial aid. To apply for financial aid, apply through and register with the FACTS system, visit https://online.factsmgt.com/SignIn/3cx17.

Farber has a strong Educational Support Services department and we strive to meet the needs of as broad an array of learning styles as possible. Please CLICK HERE for a full description of our ESS department.

Torah Learning

4th/5th Grade Mishmar

Middle and High School Mishmar



Soccer (girls and boys)

Basketball (girls and boys)

Cross Country (girls and boys)

Girls on the Run

Seasonal After School Activities

High School Activities

Farber does have a camp for children who are 2 years old through kindergarten. CLICK HERE to learn more about our camp.

The ECC and Kindergarten have a weather- and play-appropriate dress code, and boys wear a kippah and tzitzit beginning in Nursery 4.

In 1st – 5th Grade, boys and girls are required to wear a solid colored shirt with a collar. Sleeve length should be at mid-bicep or longer. Boys must wear long pants and girls must wear skirts that cover the knees. Boys must wear a kippah and tzitzit at all times. 

Beginning in 6th grade, boys’ shirts must have collars but girls’ do not. Boys can wear black, dark blue, navy, gray or khaki pants (no jeans). 

Families can sign up for hot lunch three days a week. 

Unfortunately, we do not currently offer busing to students.

Our families live primarily in Southfield, Oak Park, Huntington Woods, and West Bloomfield.

Students who turn 5 before September 1 may enter kindergarten that year.

At the Elementary School level and higher, class sizes do not exceed 20 students and are often 12-15 students on average.

Farber’s students, from age 1 through high school seniors, learn together in one building, which houses four wings, one for each division. Construction was completed on Farber’s new building in 2017. We are proud of our state of the art, modern learning spaces, spacious Beit Midrash, indoor and outdoor playgrounds for ECC and Elementary students, full-size gymnasium and athletic field, and science labs.

Yes. All standard childhood vaccines and boosters are required.