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This screen will bring you to the DDC Parent Portal Log In. Please enter your username and password. If you do not remember your information you can click forgot username and password. Do not register for a new account. After logging, please click on the Admissions Module icon in the Parent Portal under ‘My Account.’
When you click the link you will be brought to the HALB portal. Please click “Register.” You will be prompted to create an account and then directed to the admissions module. You will have the opportunity to Save your application for submission at a later date.
When applying, please keep in mind the following information:
Personal interviews are beginning for those who have already completed their online applications.  If you have not yet submitted it, please do so as soon as possible. There is a fee of $100 due with the application. After you receive confirmation that your son’s application has been received, call our Director of Admissions, Sue Weinberg at (516) 295-7700 x102 to schedule an interview. Please note that the application deadline is Sunday, December 4.  

Interviews are 40 minutes in duration.  Students and parents will meet separately with Rabbi Kaminetsky our Menahel, and Dr. Zadoff, our General Studies Principal.  Students will be asked to read 20 lines of gemara and to write an essay in English on a topic provided. 

All applicants are required to take the JSAT Exam. If your son’s school does not administer the JSAT, you may register at Click on “Out of Network Students”. You have a choice to take it on November 21 or December 6th. Please note that your son must complete the Gemara section of the exam.

The JSAT Level 8, produced by the Consortium of Jewish Day Schools, is the required uniform Judaic Studies exam. The website with all information related to the exam (registration, review materials, etc.) is: Please contact Rabbi Tzvi Daum [email protected] with questions about any part of the exam process.

As per JEP recruiting guidelines, letters of notification regarding acceptance will be emailed on Tuesday, February 16th, 2023 only to students who have fully completed the application and interview process.
2023-24 Registration & Tuition:  $25,700
Required Additional Assessments (Per Family)  
Family Assessment: $2,000 
Annual Dinner: $600
The Hebrew Academy of Long Beach strives to ensure that every eligible student is able to attend our Yeshiva. Through our straightforward and confidential tuition assistance process, we strive to assist all families in need. We look forward to partnering with you to make HALB a part of your family’s future.
Please log into the FACTS website to complete the tuition assistance forms online. After the online forms have been completed, the following information must be uploaded to FACTS to finalize the process:
  • 2023 1040’s and 2023 Business tax returns (if applicable)
  • Copies of your 2023 W-2 forms for both parents
  • Copies of supporting documentation, if applicable, for Social Security Income, Welfare, Child Support, Food Stamps, Workers Compensation and TANF
  • 12 months of all credit card statements
  • 12 months of all checking and savings statements
  • 2023 year end statements for all brokerage, investment, and stock portfolios
  • Most recent mortgage or rent statement for primary residence
The deadline for incoming High School tuition assistance applications is Friday, December 29, 2023 in order to be considered for the 2024-25 school year. Families in all other grades may submit applications on a rolling basis. For more information, please call Susie Openden at (516) 791–8200 x-102, or email [email protected].
The DRS Yeshiva High School for Boys is easily accessible to residents throughout Nassau and Suffolk Counties. Private bus transportation can be arranged for students in Queens and Brooklyn in the following geographic locations: Forest Hills, Flatbush, Flushing, Kew Gardens, Marine Park and Midwood. Please contact Esther in the business office if you have any questions - [email protected].
The bus district telephone numbers are as follows:
District 14: (516) 569-5364
District 15: (516) 239-1100
Long Beach: (516) 897-2132
Oceanside: (516) 766-6740
The Hebrew Academy of Long Beach (HALB) admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.