$100 PER STUDENT PER YEAR by MAY 31, 2014
$200 PER STUDENT PER YEAR, between
June 1, 2014 and July 31, 2014
No registrations will be accepted after July 31, 2014.
$25 per schedule change will be charged after July 31, 2014.
There will be a limited number of volunteer positions available to families with a financial need. Contact Suzanne Sellner at 281-360-4910 or firstname.lastname@example.org .
TUITION FEES (PER ACADEMIC CLASS)
MONTHLY PAYMENT OPTION—Eight payments @ $75 per month per Monday/Wednesday class ($600/yr) and/or $40 per month per Tuesday class ($320/yr).
Due no later than: August 31, September 30, October 31, November 30, December 31, January 31, February 28, March 31
YEARLY PAYMENT OPTION— one payment of $ 435 per year, per Monday/Wednesday class and/or $220 per Tuesday class due on or before August 31, 2013.
STUDY HALL TUITION
$200 per class, per year ($100/ semester)
Late tuition fee of $15 is added for late payments. Returned check fee - $15.00
***Unless a class is dropped during the first two weeks of the course, full payment is required according to the payment plan you have chosen.***
NEW STUDENT ADMISSION FEES
ENGLISH ADMISSIONS INTERVIEW & TEST
Incoming English students will be recommended for an English class upon completion of their admissions tests, which will require approximately one to one and a half hours. New incoming students placed in English classes are also required to take the Intensive Writing Workshop, August 25 - 28, 10 am - 12 noon, for an additional fee of $85 ($75 if registered for writing workshop by May 31.
MATH ADMISSIONS INTERVIEW & TEST
New math students who do not have their previous year’s text, sample work, and tests are required to attend a one-hour test and interview for placement.
MATH ADMISSIONS INTERVIEW ONLY
New math students who have their previous year’s text, sample work, and tests are only required to participate in the 15-minute interview for placement.
Payment for these new student fees will be made with the submittal of the registration, the participation, the policies agreement, the medical release forms, and the student’s entrance essay. Checks should be made payable to HRM (Home Run Ministries) for the amount of the registration fee, the math interview (for those who will be taking a math class), and the English placement test and the writing workshop (for those who will be taking an English class) added together. Payments for lab fees, tuition, and any book sales or rental fees will be made on a secure website that Heather Farrell will send in August with the invoice.