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Information & Policy Guidelines

To help you and your student understand what will be required of CHEB members, prospective families will be required to visit on one of our spring visit days and interview with a CHEB board member.

Following are some of our guidelines to help you decide if a CHEB class is right for your middle/high school student and your family.

  • We offer core and elective classes. Core classes are meant to replace your home curriculum for that subject not act as a supplement. Of course, the decision to add to our assignments is yours based on what you know about your student(s).
  • Plan to spend between 20 minutes to 2 hours each school day per course depending on the subject and student's academic strengths. Students must understand there will need to be time given each day for classwork. Our purpose is to offer a high-quality education for each student. The parent's responsibility is to ensure time is allotted for study. It is the student's responsibility to be diligent. This is especially true for our math courses.
  • Students must have reliable internet and printer capabilities throughout the year. Teachers cannot be expected to provide weekly copies for the students.  Students must bring appropriate copies to class as instructed by teachers. 
  • There are no refunds if a course is dropped after 3 weeks. The teachers have invested in the curriculum based on the total number enrolled. There will be partial refunds for the first 2 weeks. Please do not enroll your child unless you are committed to completing the year.
  • The parents and students are responsible for obtaining all classroom materials including textbooks before the beginning of the semester. The teachers may bring supplies such as paints, scissors, or glue. However, textbooks, workbooks, and copies are to be provided by the parents. This is to continue to offer our courses at a reasonable price.
  • Students remaining on campus between classes must register for study hall. There will be a $25 per semester fee for each study hall. Students may not enroll in back to back study halls.
  • All families will be required to join CHEB whether your students are part of middle and high school or Learning Zone (elementary). Annual CHEB membership is $160. This amount includes the per semester love offerings for our host facility and the administration fee formerly collected separately. 
  • All middle and high school families will be required to volunteer for a three-and-a-half-hour shift twice a semester.  The morning shift helps set up and man the front desk and the afternoon shift mans the front desk and cleans up.
  • Fees will be $125 per class for core classes and $100 per class for all others.  Some classes have an additional supply fee which should be paid directly to the instructor.
  • Classes may be canceled due to low enrollment.
  • Your registration is not complete until we receive your $160 membership fee.