Enrollment and Fee Deadlines for 2019-2020
You must complete registration and enrollment by August 20 to attend live student and parent orientation sessions August 26-30 and verify Moodle and Chat access before classes begin.
Classes begin on Tuesday, September 3 (the day after Labor Day).
All memberships, fees, and tuition must be paid in full before students are allowed to attend class, unless special arrangments have been made with the accounts office.
Late enrollments may be accepted if the teacher permits this, and we will try to process them promptly, but students may miss chat sessions if the enrollment is received after August 25.
Academic year courses for 2019-2020:
- History: World History I, II
- Greek: I, II, III, and VI
- Latin: I, II, III, IV (Caesar and Vergil). Latin tutorials by arrangement.
- Literature: Fairy Tales-Myth-Folklore, The Thought Plickens, World Literature, Western Literature to Dante, English Literature, American Literature, Senior English
- Mathematics: Algebra, Geometry, Advanced Algebra with Trigonometry, Pre-Calculus, Calculus
- Modern Languages: French I, French II, Old English
- Philosophy: Formal Logic
- Science: Natural Science I and II, Astronomy, Honors/AP Biology, Honors/AP Chemistry, Honors/AP Physics 1&2 Combination
- Writing: Cursus Scriptorum
A comprehensive course listing with teachers, class schedule, and tuition fees is available at the 2019 Course Listing page or download the Course Catalog (PDF). If you are planning to take a course that does not yet have dates or times set, contact the teacher as soon as possible to let him or her know your available times.
If you are interested in a custom-designed tutorial or chat sessions at a time other than those offered, please let the Administration Office know your course requirements and we will help you identify a tutor. Note that tutorial sessions are charged on a per-hour basis, with fees set by the tutor.
Karl Oles’ course Formal Logic: an introduction to philosophy for young thinkers will be offered this year on Fridays. This course is an excellent introduction to critical thinking skills for students of all ages. Learn how to analyze proposals and arguments in literature, philosophy, science, and politics.