Registration : $75-
$95 per family. An“early bird” discount is available until March 15th. After that, the regular registration of $95 applies. The discounted registration fee will apply for all of 2020. Payable to Catholic Schoolhouse, Inc., a Catholic non-profit, dedicated to helping homeschoolers thrive in order to mentor each other in the faith. Due at registration.
Supply Fee: $85 per pre-grammar level child/$85 per grammar level child/$165 per upper level child. Payable to your local director. Used for high quality art, science and classroom supplies (including snack). The upper level supply fee also covers all of the books your child will use for CSH over the course of the year. Everything will be provided saving you the time filling a school supply list. Due June 1st.
Student Fee: $250 per pre-grammar level child/$250 per grammar level child/$300 per upper level child. Payable to your local director. Goes entirely to your child’s tutors and to cover the cost to use our facility. That’s less than $4 per hour for quality instruction, art and science projects! 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.
Tour III Core Materials: $108 per family ($95 if purchased as part of a bulk order). Purchased though the Catholic Schoolhouse store, the bundle includes the Tour Guide, Memory Work CDs and History Cards. These materials are necessary for at-home, or in-car, study.
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.