Trinity education academy of christian homeschoolers




I understand that I am signing my child up for an annual class (32 weeks) and that any tuition, curriculum, supply fees, drop fees and transfer fees I am responsible for. REGISTRATION AND TUITION FEES EXPLAINED

All registrations will be completed through our online Active network -available on 2/1 for existing students and 3/1 for new students.

There are NO registration fees.

Classes that have a curriculum or supply fee will be added to your cart when choosing the class.
If there is a curriculum fee you do NOT have to purchase any curriculum yourself as the instructor will be providing what is needed.
If there is a supply fee you do not have to purchase any supplies as the instructor will be providing what is needed.

All students must be registered for classes while on campus and are allowed a ONE HOUR break. If you are registering for classes with multiple hour breaks you must add a study hall fee for all but one of those hours.

Due upon registration - 10% of total fees
9 monthly payments will be scheduled according to your payment method beginning

July 1st through March 1st.

I understand that there are fees associated with dropping and transferring a class as stated below and that I am responsible for those payments. NEW Drop fees and class cancellation policy.

TRANSFER FROM ONE CLASS TO ANOTHER:

A class can be transferred to another class with the same instructor at NO charge other than any difference in tuition amount, curriculum fees and supply fees.

A class being transferred to a different instructor will follow the DROP fee schedule for the class dropping, plus a $25 transfer fee to add to the new class.

Each student is allowed a one hour break to be scheduled into their day. Students who have more than a one hour break MUST register for a study hall during the extra hour(s). It is not encouraged for students to be on campus without classes with longer than a one hour break.

Trinity Education Academy of Christian Homeschoolers encourages one another to exhibit Godly character. Members are expected to show respect for doctrinal differences in biblical belief, backgrounds, and methods of homeschooling. Specific standards that will be upheld on our campus include: Treat each person with gentleness & respect; Obey authority of the administration, instructors, parents. Exhibit a respectful tone of voice; Using courtesies like "please" and " thank you". Demonstrating respect to people and property: No profanity; No smoking; No drugs or alcohol. No fighting; No slander; No weapons, NO KNIVES, GUNS, No physical or verbal insults; Modest and appropriate dress (keep your underwear under your wear); No inappropriate messages, pictures or symbols are to be worn Incidents involving bullying, physically harming another person or property damage will bypass any disciplinary steps and the student will be removed immediately.

Students are expected to WALK in the classrooms and throughout the facility. Running and horseplay is not permitted. Younger Children: Please do not bring toys from home into the classrooms as they create an unnecessary distraction. Cell phones, personal electronic devices and music players are not to be used during classes and will be taken by instructors should they become interruptive or distractive. Instructor permission is required for electronic learning devices. Bring study materials, reading books to do during study hall or breaks. Students are allowed a one hour break only each day between paid classes. Clean up your trash and personal belongings. We have a lost and found that is cleaned out every semester. Children under 6th grade must wait inside the lobby for their parent to pick them up. They are not allowed to wait outside the building.

All instructors and assistants will demonstrate love, grace, and helpfulness to all students. However, this does not mean that inappropriate behavior will be tolerated. If a student exhibits inappropriate classroom behavior, the instructor or assistant will call their name ONCE and ask for their attention. If the disruptive behavior then continues, the following will happen sequentially: The student will receive a verbal warning. A student may only receive ONE warning per day from a instructor or the administration. If inappropriate behavior continues in the same classes, or throughout the day, after being warned, their parent will be asked to assist the student in class for the day or the student will be taken to their parent if he/she is available. If the parent is not present, the child will be sent to the front desk. If it is necessary for a student’s parent to be approached three times in one quarter for behavioral reasons, a counseling appointment will be scheduled that will include Corey McKeown, class instructor, the parent, and the student. Two meetings, described in the third step, occurring during one quarter are grounds for dismissal from co-op.

Internet access is required for all Trinity Education Academy of Christian Homeschoolers (T.E.A.C.H.) students, but access must be used in a responsible, safe, efficient, ethical, and legal manner. With expanded access to electronic information, availability of inappropriate material is not uncommon. Some sites contain illegal, defamatory, inaccurate, or offensive information. Although it is impossible to control such misuses, we believe that with responsible use, the benefits of the Internet as an educational tool outweigh the negatives. We especially appreciate partnering with parents to teach responsible Internet use. Please review the following internet rules and expectations carefully: Students are responsible for good behavior in the Trinity Education Academy of Christian Homeschoolers (T.E.A.C.H.) classrooms, just as they are in a traditional school building. Always use a computer in a way that shows consideration and respect. It is illegal to use obscene, profane, threatening, or disrespectful language. (f.s. 847.001 Obscene Literature; Profanity). We take integrity and authenticity of student work very seriously at Trinity Education Academy of Christian Homeschoolers (T.E.A.C.H.) Do not cut, copy, or plagiarize Internet content or the work of your online classmates. Trinity Education Academy of Christian Homeschoolers (T.E.A.C.H.) instructors do utilize technologies to check for authenticity. Copying, knowingly allowing others to copy from you, and/or misusing Internet content could result in removal from our courses. Security is a high priority, especially when the system involves many users. If you can identify a security problem in the school's computers, network, or Internet connection, notify a system administrator. It is illegal to create harmful computer viruses. (f.s. 815 Computer-Related Crimes). Email is not private. Never say anything via email that you wouldn't mind seeing on the school bulletin board or in the local newspaper. Beware of emails from anyone, particularly adults you don’t know, asking for personal information, attempting to arrange meetings, or engaging in personal contact. Alert your teacher or other T.E.A.C.H. instructor of any message you receive that is inappropriate or makes you feel uncomfortable. Email with your online classmates should be course-related. It is prohibited to send unsolicited email to your online classmates. Email addresses that use profanity or may be construed as offensive, shall not be permitted for T.E.A.C.H. or T.E.A.C.H. correspondence. Trinity Education Academy of Christian Homeschoolers (T.E.A.C.H.) administration reserves the right to determine if student email addresses are inappropriate. When necessary, students will be asked to use an alternative email address or be refused for participation in courses. Protect your password. Keep it secret from anyone except your parents. Trinity Education Academy of Christian Homeschoolers (T.E.A.C.H.) assumes no responsibility for any phone charges, line costs or usage fees for connectivity to the Internet.

I agree to the Trinity Education Academy of Christian Homeschoolers policies for behavior and discipline. I will remember to put forth my best behavior as an example for others to follow. If I am given one verbal warning by my instructor, I will know that the next warning, I will be sent to the office and my parent will be notified at that time. To the parent: If my child is given more than one verbal warning and sent to the office, I will be present in the next two classes to make sure my child maintains composure and respect for the instructor. Trinity Education Academy of Christian Homeschoolers will do our best to communicate the situation to the parents when a child gets a verbal warning in the class. I understand that Trinity Education Academy of Christian Homeschoolers has a "no tolerance policy" for bullying. Incidents involving bullying, physically harming another person or property damage will bypass the first two steps and lead immediately to dismissal from Trinity. Incidents involving bullying, intentionally physically harming another person or property damage will bypass the first two steps and lead immediately to dismissal from Trinity. This is not an exhaustive list of desired behavior and co-op members should always be guided by Christ’s Golden Rule: So in everything, do to others what you would have them do to you. School administrators will cooperate fully with local, state, or federal officials in any investigation related to any illegal activities conducted through Internet access. In the event there is a claim that you have violated this policy, you will be provided with notice of the suspected violation and have an opportunity to present an explanation. Any violations may result in removal from course(s), as well as other disciplinary or legal action. No Guarantees: Trinity Education Academy of Christian Homeschoolers will make good faith efforts to protect children from improper or harmful matter which may be on the Internet. At the same time, in signing this agreement, the parent and student recognize (T.E.A.C.H.)t Trinity Education Academy of Christian Homeschoolers takes no guarantees about preventing improper access to such materials on the part of the student.

This is a legally binding Consent Form and Release of Liability made voluntarily by me, the undersigned Releaser, on my own behalf, and on the behalf of my heirs, executors, administrators, legal representatives and assigns to Trinity Education Academy of Christian Homeschoolers. By the execution of this waiver of liability form, I acknowledge that the student listed above is capable of participating in the activities. I also assume all risks of the student participating in the activities, whether such risks are known or unknown to me at this time. I release and hold harmless this organization, leaders, volunteers, and any agents from any claim the student or I may have due to the result of any injury or illness incurred during participation in the Trinity Education Academy of Christian Homeschoolers. I accept and assume full responsibility for any and all injuries, damages, and losses that may occur to the student from any participation in the school activities. In an emergency, I acknowledge that I am solely responsible for all medical and other costs arising out of bodily injury or any loss sustained through participation in this activity. I authorize program staff to secure any licensed hospital, physician and/or medical personnel for any treatment deemed necessary for the participant's immediate care.

I hereby acknowledge that my child(ren) will be participating in activities under the arrangement of Trinity Education Academy of Christian Homeschoolers, and that certain risks and dangers, inherent or otherwise, may occur, including, but not limited to accident or illness. In consideration of, and as part payment for the right to participate in the homeschool program and its activities, I have and do hereby assume all risks on behalf of the above named child(ren). I will hold Oakwood Community Church and any of its representatives harmless from any and all causes of action, debts, claims, demands, damages, judgment executions, cost, loss of services, expenses, compensations, and any and all other claims of damages whatsoever, including, but not limited to, any acts or omissions of Oakwood Community Church, or, any other person in connection with Oakwood Community Church.

I hereby acknowledge that my child(ren) will be participating in activities under the arrangement of Trinity Education Academy of Christian Homeschoolers, and that certain risks and dangers, inherent or otherwise, may occur, including, but not limited to accident or illness. In consideration of, and as part payment for the right to participate in the homeschool program and its activities, I have and do hereby assume all risks on behalf of the above named child(ren). I will hold Oakwood Community Church and any of its representatives harmless from any and all causes of action, debts, claims, demands, damages, judgment executions, cost, loss of services, expenses, compensations, and any and all other claims of damages whatsoever, including, but not limited to, any acts or omissions of Oakwood Community Church, or, any other person in connection with Oakwood Community Church.

All PreK and Kindergarten students must have a parent or guardian present ON CAMPUS at all times during their class schedule. If this is not possible, there is a PreK/Kindergarten Liaison program that will cost $100 per quarter for Kindergarten and $150 per quarter for PreK.

Students in 1st grade - 12th grade are allowed to be dropped off for classes. The student must be able to get themselves from class to class and handle all aspects of their day. The administration of Trinity are there to watch over the students but cannot be responsible for each and every student at all times. If the student does not demonstrate the ability to be on campus without supervision the parent will be asked to stay with the student or pay the $100 liaison fee that will guarantee an adult be with your child from class to class and take care of their needs during the day.

When registering a child with special needs, T.E.A.C.H requests the family inform T.E.A.C.H. of disability(s) and work together to place the child in appropriate classes. T.E.A.C.H. may require the parent to be in class with the child and WILL REQUIRE THE PARENT TO BE ON CAMPUS AT ALL TIMES. T.E.A.C.H. is unable to adequately provide resources for special needs students as our instructors are not certified in special needs education. Students with special needs are expected to follow the same behavior guidelines and will treated as other students when it comes to discipline as stated here in the T.E.A.C.H. waivers and policies.

The parent(s) is in ultimate control of their children's education. In no form is Trinity held accountable for the progress or lack of progress of a students academics. As the parent, you fully understand that you are responsible for transcripts, grades and any dynamic of their learning environment. The instructors at Trinity are contracted with the sole responsibility to facilitate learning.

POLICIES AND PROCEDURES AGREED UPON BY THE PARENT(S) AND STUDENT(S) OF TRINITY AT TIME OF REGISTRATION: