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FAQ

Do I have to be a member of Tampa Covenant Church to participate in Tampa Covenant Homeschoolers?

No.  All homeschooling families are invited to join Tampa Covenant Homeschoolers.

Do I have to sign a Statement of Faith to participate in Tampa Covenant Homeschoolers?

No.  All homeschooling families are invited to join Tampa Covenant Homeschoolers.

How much does it cost to become a member of Tampa Covenant Homeschoolers?

Tampa Covenant Homeschoolers charges an annual membership fee of $25 per family.  This fee covers administrative costs, website fees, and background checks for all teachers and parent volunteers.  Approximately 30 days after your membership is approved, you will be invoiced for the membership fee via email. 

Costs for field trips, classes, and events are unique to each event and are published ahead of time so that families have the information they need as they choose to participate or not.

Can I drop my child off for classes at Tampa Covenant Homeschoolers?

Yes, with restrictions.

We require supervision for all children on campus.  While in class, the student is supervised by their teacher.  Students are free to move from class-to-class without supervision.  Therefore, students with back-to-back classes may be dropped off for their first class and picked up at the end of their last class.  If a gap in classes happens during the lunch period, there is "Lunch Bunch" for that purpose.  You can sign up for "Lunch Bunch" on the Class Registrations page.   If there is a gap in a student's class schedule other than during lunch, or if the student's sibling is in class during a gap, there is a "Study Hall" for that purpose.  You can sign up for "Study Hall" on the Class Registrations page.  Sign up for each individual hour needed.  (Do not sign up for Study Hall before the first or after the last class for which your student is registered, unless a sibling has a class during that time.)  More details in the "Study Hall" class descriptions.

When are class fees due?

Generally, deposits, dues, and facility fees are due in mid-July, and serve to hold your students' spots in their classes.  Remaining fees are due on the first day of class, unless you choose a payment plan.  Please visit the "Payment Details" page for information about payment plans, which spread the payments over the year into 2 or 4 payments.  This can be accessed from the website homepage and can only be viewed if you are a member and logged in.