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Join or enroll now and your membership is good through June 30, 2020.

Sancta Familia Home Academy Membership Options

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Sancta Familia Homeschool Membership

Membership is only $15 per school year per family. (Does not include Academy Enrollment or Local Facility Fee) Membership includes access to secure areas of our website at www.sanctafamilia.net.  You are encouraged to use the tools on our website, such as the forum, calendar, and family web sites, to network with other member families and plan support group activities, meetings, field trips, and events.  Member benefits include discounts on FPEA membership and standardized testing at SFA and Member ID Cards which may be used for discounts at various locations such as Barnes & Noble.

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Current memberships expire June 30, 2019.  Login to renew your membership before July 1, 2019 in order to have continued web access through June 30, 2020.

Facility Fee - $75 per family, per year. Local Families who pay the annual Facility Fee benefit from our Lending Library and Classrooms.  Classrooms can be used for group classes, meetings, and a varitey of activities.  Students can register for classes offered by member parents and instructors.  Parent-led groups may include such organized activities as  play groups, park days, art or music classes, drama or science clubs, 4H, book clubs, and Little Flowers Girls' Club or Blue Knights Boys' Club.
Additional fees for materials are determined by the activity coordinator.  Parents may also opt to pay an instructor, and teachers may offer courses and charge an instructional fee or tuition.  The $75 Facility Fee is payable to Sancta Familia Academy and will be used toward the cost of maintaining our small campus.  Building expenses include (but are not limited to) rent, utilities, and insurance.  Sancta Familia receives no outside assistance.  The tuition paid by our day students, along with private donations, barely cover our operating expenses.  Without the day school, SFA would not be able to provide this valuable resource to our local homeschool families.

Florida private school record keeping services for local and distant families (Learn more about the Private School Option for homeschoolers in Florida)

We are a Florida recognized private school and offer curricular guidance, dual enrollment and bright futures counseling, optional standardized testing, instant online record keeping, transcripts, high school and elementary diplomas, and more.

Parent-teachers choose books and curriculum and are in no way bound to follow Sancta Familia's recommended course of study, however, we offer guidance and suggestions based on our years of experience.

Student Enrollment Fees

Standard Enrollment includes online reporting, curriculum guidance, optional standardized testing discount, high school planning, college planning, bright futures assistance, dual enrollment assistance, transcripts, and Sancta Familia Academy diplomas for elementary and high school.  Paper reporting is available for an additional fee.  Sibling discounts are applied to additional student enrollments during registration.

Curriculum and books are not provided by Sancta Familia.  Local members may take advantage of our lending library.

Standard Enrollment Fees & Tuition

K-8th Grade with Online Reporting:  $75 first student, $25 each additional student.

9th-12th Grade with Online Reporting: $150 first student, $100 each additional student.

In order to enroll, you must first request membership for website access.

Enrollment Fees are on a per student basis.  Membership and Registration Fees are per family.

Sancta Familia Academy admits students of any race, color, national or ethnic origin to all rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at this school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national, or ethnic origin in the administration of educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, or other school-administered programs.