Kehillah International Program
Tuition & Fees
Complete and submit the Application Form and US $150 Application Fee. The fee can be paid online with a credit card. If wiring the deposit, please include a $15 wire transfer fee. Please contact Sofya Osipov if you have questions.
Collect and submit these required materials:
Current and one previous year’s School Transcripts
Fully translated Teacher Recommendation Letters completed by the student’s current language and math teachers.
Complete one of these required English Assessment tests:
TOEFL minimum score of 100 required
IELTS minimum score 7.0
Complete an interview with Admission Officers (Zoom).
Send all documents through Ravenna. Create an account, add Kehillah to your dashboard, and complete the application steps.
Email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Fax to 301-576-2803
US Postal Service to:
I-20 & Visa Information
Please read on for important information on the documents required for international students to attend Kehillah.
F-1 Visa: The F-1 visa is a non-immigrant student visa that allows non-US citizens to pursue an education in the United States at an approved school.
I-20: The I-20 is a document issued by the school to a newly enrolled family to support a F-1 visa. It is issued by a SEVP approved school that certifies the student is enrolled in a full-time program and the dates of attendance. The I-20 is valid as long as the student is enrolled and attending an academic program.
International students attend Kehillah on a F-1 visa that is issued through the US State Department. Kehillah will issue the I-20 to the student once the student has been accepted by our
Admissions committee, has signed the enrollment agreement, and paid the deposit. I-20’s can ONLY be sent to the student or the students’ parents. I-20’s CANNOT be sent
directly to third party agents. International students will need to provide the I-20, signed contract, and financial evidence that the family can pay the required tuition and fees when
interviewing for the visa in the home country.
How to apply for a F-1 Visa:
Once the I-20 is received, the I-901 Student and Exchange Visitor Information System (SEVIS) Fee must be paid before entering the United States. Next, application for the F-1 visa can be made at a U.S. embassy or consulate in the home country. Once the visa is approved, the student can enter the United States up to 30 days before the start of school.
For more information please visit https://studyinthestates.dhs.gov.