Train up a child in the way he should go, And when he is old he will not depart from it." Proverbs 22:6

Tuesday, May 24, 2011

What Does it Cost to Participate in Horizons?

The Family CoOp utilizes the gifts of parents, so minimal fees are collected. There is a $10/family registration fee to help cover administrative and facilities costs. Then, a tuition of $25 per student (3 years and older) per semester. A family is only required to pay for up to 3 students - there is no charge for more children beyond the three. So, it’s never more than $75 per semester per family! A 10% discount is given to families who pay for the entire year in advance. Your tuition helps provide supplies for all age groups and there are rarely any additional costs (sometimes a teacher may ask students to bring a notebook from home).

The Horizons High classes are more intensive and instructors often charge a fee for their time and/or supplies. This fee varies based on the type of class, number of meetings, and supplies need - past classes have ranged from $35 to $50 per student and often include a sibling discount. Students may or may not be required to purchase (or borrow) a text or other book. All potential costs are disclosed ahead of time in the class description.

Horizons General Enrichment classes can be free or require an instructor/supply fee as well, so fees vary.  In the past they've ranged from free to $65 and often include a sibling discount. Facilities fees are handled by the instructor and may be built into the class fees, so the $10 registration fee does not apply. Additional materials are rarely required but will be disclosed ahead of time in the class descriptions.

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