Annual Membership Fees
Our annual registration and per semester general tuition fees are charged per family, not per student. Some classes will have additional material cost fees. There is a substantial discount in the per semester fee for members who teach.
$60 Non-Refundable Annual Registration Fee/Per Family- ALL Families $70 Per Semester Fee/Teacher Families OR $140-Per Semester Fee/Non-Teacher Families.
Drop-Off Student Fees
For NEW families seeking membership to the co-op and prefer the drop-off option, it is available for students taking a class from an outside PAID-TEACHER only. For RETURNING families seeking the drop-off option, please contact the director for your options. Drop-off students are permitted to register after full-participating families register their students.
There is a $60 non-refundable registration fee (see above, applies to ALL families), plus $75 per student per class per semester. There may be additional class materials fees.
Since the class is taught by a paid (non-member) instructor, this fee is in addition to the co-op fees listed above and must be paid directly to the instructor at the beginning of co-op. Classes taught by paid instructors are marked with an asterisk (*) and fees for the class as well as additional class descriptions can be found on our website.
Additional Materials Fees: Some classes will have additional material cost fees. These class fees vary and are paid to the Co-op in the fall before classes begin. Click on Class Info > Class Descriptions page link in the left menu bar for fees on individual classes.
Paid Teacher Fees: Some classes are taught by outside Paid Teachers and require an additional fee. A $50.00 non-refundable deposit is due at registration for each paid class. The deposit is applied to the class fee. The balance of the class fee will be made directly to the paid teacher at the beginning of each semester.
Class Change Fee: There is a $25 Class Change Fee for class changes that take place after the cut-off date. This cut-off day varies from year to year but typically falls a couple of weeks after the completion of the spring semester.