SCHEDULE: Our year consists of 32 weeks, beginning the week right after Labor Day. Orientations this year will be held on the Tuesday and Thursday before Labor Day. We take two weeks off at Christmas, a week in February and one in April. If unscheduled days occur (emergencies, snow days, etc.), days will be added at the end. Scroll down for full schedule (also located on Registration Form download).
FEES: An $8.00 per hour fee is charged for each class. Because months differ in number of weeks, the hourly fee has been divided among the nine months of our school year, for a standard monthly fee of $28.50 per one-hour class. The first month’s tuition should be paid at the first class in September and other payments should be made on the first of the month. Please try to be prompt with payments – feel free to mail them if that is more convenient. (Address: 20 High Rock Dr., No. Attleboro, MA 02760) Checks should be made out to Good Company Tutorials. There are a few opportunities for parents to help out with classes in exchange for tuition; so let us know if you are interested in exploring that option.REGISTRATION: Please take the time to read the guidelines and expectations (located here). Registration fee includes one month’s tuition, which is non-refundable after September 2, but will become May’s tuition payment (or December’s in the case of a first semester course). Each class also has its own materials fee, which should be paid with registration. There is a financial saving for early registration. (In July and August, call or e-mail to check on class openings before registering. We expect some of the classes to fill up before then.) Print enclosed registration form and send with payment to Good Company Tutorials, 20 High Rock Drive, No. Attleboro, MA 02760.
FOR YOUR INFORMATION: We are not a school or a “satellite program”, taking responsibility for your students’ grades and progress. We are a weekly tutorial, attempting to aid parents in the work of home schooling – most of the education is still taking place in the home. We require homework and give feedback, evaluations, and grades where appropriate, but we recognize that your students’ education is your responsibility. When figuring credits, approximately 6-7 hours per week seems to be about one standard high school credit. (For instance, a writing class and a literature class, each requiring 2 – 2 ½ hours of homework per week would amount to one credit of college prep. English.) Any grades we give are not binding in any way; we recommend that you use ours to write up your own if sending them to the school.
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