Registration Fee: $125 (Early Bird $95) per Family. Goes to Catholic Schoolhouse, Inc, a non-profit corporation and allows us to continue our mission of helping Catholic homeschoolers thrive and mentor one another in the Faith. Additional donations are always welcome! Due at registration.
Supply Fees: $85 per Pre-Grammar or Grammar Student, $165 per Upper Level Student. Pays for everything your child will need while at CSH including a binder, paper, pencils and snacks, as well as quality science and art supplies. The fee for Upper Level students also covers all of the books for the entire year. There are no additional supplies to buy or charges throughout the year. Due June 1st.
Student Fees: $250 per Pre-Grammar or Grammar Level Student, $300 per Upper Level Student. (This fee is reduced by half for the 5th and 6th students from a family and free for the 7th+ student.) Used to compensate tutors and directors and pay a portion of the cost to rent our facility. For ~$3.50 per hour your children receive classroom instruction from trained tutors, science experiments, chorus, and an art class. Upper Level also includes IEW and Lost Tools of Writing classes. Due July 1st.
Facility Fee: $100-$200 per family (depending on the total number of families in the chapter). Payable to your local director. Pays for the insurance required by the Archdiocese of Baltimore and the portion of the cost to use our facility not covered by student fees. Due August 1st.
Required At-Home Materials: $95 if purchased as part of a bulk order through the chapter. Tour Guide, History Timeline Cards and Memory Work CD or app to be used for studying the memory work introduced during class at home. Bulk orders are usually placed in April and July.
All fees are due by August 1st, and are non refundable, so that we may purchase supplies during the summer sales and offer tutors their stipends with confidence. Payment plans can be arranged, and costs can be partially recouped by tutoring* and/or participating in the CSH SCRIP program. Please contact us with any questions.
*Tutor compensation is variable and based on enrollment, but typically a tutor can recoup the fees for one child by tutoring for one hour per week.