Community School offers homeschool students the opportunity to join our full-time students in art, music, drama, technology, and Spanish classes. These classes are available on a semester basis at the elementary and middle school levels.
Older students, ages 10 through 14 or the equivalent of 5th through 8th grade, can sometimes join our middle school for a wide range of elective classes known as Friday Groups.
Limited spaces are available for homeschool students, and returning students have priority for registration. Due to full-time enrollment levels in our middle school classes this year, we are unable to accommodate additional homeschool students at this level for 2016-2017. We do have space for homeschool students in our elementary classes this year.
The first time a homeschool student enrolls for enrichment classes, Community School requires a parent and student visit with the Admissions Director. Parents must submit an admissions application, original birth certificate, medical and immunization records, and a $30 application fee for each student. In addition, applicants must complete a student visit in the enrichment class and be accepted by the teacher. New Friday Group applicants must complete a one-day classroom visit in the middle school. For more information, contact the Admissions Director.
Accepted homeschool students register for classes each semester, or in the case of Friday Group electives, for each six-week session. There is an annual registration fee of $25 per student. Information on available classes and schedules can be found on the Enrichment Class Schedule. Schedules are posted several weeks prior to the start of each semester or Friday Group session. Course registration for accepted students is on a first-come, first-served basis.
Tuition is due in full by the first day of each semester class or Friday Group session. There is no financial aid available for homeschool enrichment students.