Special Needs, Learning & Behavioral Disorders
It is our mission to provide a fun, safe, and effective learning program for all students. To do this, it is important that each child is in the class that is best suited for his or her abilities. If your child has a learning or behavioral disability, please indicate this in his/her application. This will help us to know how we can best serve you and your family.
Understand that Homeschool Connections is not equipped to serve students who aren’t able to function within the range of grade levels that their age indicates, academically or behaviorally. If a child is not able to do so, they may be asked to change classes or leave the program.
Children must be 5 years old by December 1 to participate in kindergarten classes. It is important that you assess your child’s readiness before enrolling in kindergarten and 1st-grade classes. Children should be able to follow simple directions and have developed motor skills in order to hold a pencil, use scissors, etc.
Children must be at least 6 years old by December 1 to participate in elementary (LE) classes.
Children must be 18 years old or younger on September 1 to participate in high school (HS) classes.
A student may only enroll in classes that include student’s grade level. Students enrolled in classes outside of their age group will be dropped from the class and notified via email. Use your student’s schedule to verify that their student profile lists the correct grade.
Class Registration & Tuition
Registration for fall classes will open in May for current families and one week later for new families. It will remain open for class adds and drops through August 29th. On August 29th, registration will temporarily close to allow us to cancel any classes with low enrollment. Registration will reopen to add classes on August 30th. Beginning August 29th, any class drops must be submitted using our Drop Request Form, and changes will incur a $50 fee per change. See our Dates & Deadlines page for additional fee deadlines. You may continue to freely add classes through the 2nd week of classes.
Registration for winter classes will open on October 30th for families that have paid the registration fee. It will remain open for class adds and drops through December 11, 2023. On December 12 registration will temporarily close to allow us to cancel any classes with low enrollment, and reopen to add classes on December 14. Beginning December 12, class drops must be submitted using our Drop Request Form, and changes will incur a $50 fee per change. See our Dates & Deadlines page for additional fee deadlines. You may continue to freely add classes yourself through the second week of classes.
Email [email protected] if you have any questions about class changes.
The non-refundable registration fee is $60 per student, per semester. Or $100 for the whole year.
Registration fees (and any prior balances) must be paid before registering for classes. To pay your registration fee, you may use any credit or debit card.
Class & Material Fees
Class fees are per semester.
|Grade Group||Price per class when taking 1-3 classes||Price per class when taking 4-5 classes||Price per class when taking 6 or more classes|
|Grades K-5||$200 per class||$190 per class||$180 per class|
|Grades 6-8||$210 per class||$200 per class||$190 per class|
|Grades 9-12||$220 per class||$210 per class||$200 per class|
All students are required to bring basic school supplies (paper, pencils, etc.). Most other materials are included in the tuition. However, some classes have additional fees or requirements, such as textbooks, a laptop, or other supplies. Be sure to read each class description thoroughly to know any additional charges or books and materials needed.
Material fees are per semester.
- Art class material fee - $10 per class
- Cooking class material fee - $25 per class (limit one cooking class per student per semester)
- Technology class material fee - $25 per class
Study Hall fees are $85 per study hall per semester.
Any student on campus without a parent and not enrolled in a class must be registered in a study hall during that time. Any student found on campus without a parent and not in a class will automatically be directed to the study hall room and charged a study hall fee.
Students may not be registered for back-to-back study hall periods.
Study halls are intended for independent work and do not provide tutoring, so students will need to bring quiet materials to study, read, etc.
Lunch fees are $20 per semester.
Any student on campus during the lunch period will be charged the lunch fee, regardless of parental supervision.
Parents who sign up to supervise as lunch monitors can have lunch fees waived. There are a limited number of lunch monitors at each campus. If you are interested in volunteering, contact your campus supervisor.
Class Drops, Changes, and Refunds
Registration fees are non-refundable.
Parents can make changes to their child(ren)’s schedule(s) through the family login from the time registration opens until the drop deadline without penalty or fee.
After the deadline, class drop requests must be submitted on our Drop Form.
- Classes dropped from the deadline through the first week of classes will be refunded minus the $50 drop fee per class.
- After the first week of classes, dropped classes will be refunded minus $50 plus an additional $10 per class session attended.
- Classes dropped after the second week of classes will be refunded half of the class fee.
- There will be no refunds for classes after the third week of classes.
For all families, registration fees are due before you may register. When paying your registration fees and class fees, you may use a credit card or debit card.
Final payments for all fees and tuition are due the Friday before classes begin. If your balance has not been paid, your children may be removed from their classes and you will not be able to register for the following semester until it has been paid in full.