Steps for Enrollment

 

Attend a Harvest Community School Informational Meeting

These meetings are held throughout the school year and are a mandatory first step toward involvement in any HCS program.

Talk and pray about Harvest Community School

Discuss your educational options as a family and pray together about your choices, asking God for His guidance before you make the next move.

Schedule Testing For Your Child

All children applying to Harvest Community School are tested. The testing and application fees are $50 per student for testing and $50 per family for the application. Both are non-refundable; however, the $50 application fee is applied to the registration fee. On testing day, please bring your child’s Report Card or other testing results, such as SATs.

When testing is scheduled, you will receive an application packet. Please return this paperwork the day of testing.

Fill Out the Application

When the student has successfully passed the testing a Registration packet will be sent and should be returned prior to the Family Interview. A registration fee of $300 per student (minus the $50 application fee) with a maximum of $600 per family is also due.

Complete Family Interview

A representative from the school office will call to set up a time and place for your family interview. We’d like to meet your entire family and have you meet us!

Start Tuition Payments

If it is on or after June 1st, it’s time to begin paying tuition for the coming school year. Call the office or consult the financial information form for your payment amounts and options.

Take Approved Parenting Course

Parents have one year from the date of enrollment to complete an approved, values-based Christian parenting course.

Order Curriculum and Uniforms

Get a class curriculum list and uniform information from the office and make your purchases now. Delaying this step may mean your child will not have the appropriate books and dress for the first day of classes.

Attend the Mandatory Parent Orientation

Held the week before classes begin, your class orientation is the time to meet faculty and staff and get vital information for your student’s success at HCS. Both parents are encouraged to attend, but the home educator MUST attend the orientation for EACH class in which they have children.