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FAQs

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What does MHS offer?

A:

At MHS we provide academic courses, educational clubs, activities and support for homeschooling families in Middle Tennessee.

Q:

Is MHS an umbrella school?

A:

No, MHS is not an umbrella school. Parents or guardians are required to register to home school with their local school board or an umbrealla school to be in accordance with the law.

Q:

What does it mean to be an inclusive community?

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As an inclusive community we respect all religious and spiritual backgrounds. Therefore, our classes and clubs are taught from a secular perspective.

Q:

What is the goal at MHS?

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We strive to foster creativity, entrepreneurial spirit, and problem-solving by empowering students to take ownership of their education and commit to lifelong learning.

Q:

When does MHS meet?

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  • We meet on Mondays and Fridays for classes & clubs for two semesters each year.
  • Each semester includes 14 Mondays & 14 Fridays in the Fall and Spring.
  • We have a Semester Showcase at the end of each semester where students showcase their work.
  • Classes and clubs are held between the hours of 8:20 AM and 2:05 PM.
  • Please visit our calendar for dates.

Q:

What is the MHS Fees Policy?

A:

  • All MHS fees are non-refundable.
  • Annual Membership Fees: These fees pay for expenses including but not limited to rent, insurance, supplies, marketing and tax preparation.
  • Class Fees: These fees pay for expenses including but not limited to tutors, class supplies and registration fees.
  • Due to the fact that classes are contingent on meeting minimum required students, invoices will ONLY be adjusted if a class gets CANCELED.

Q:

What is the MHS Illness Policy?

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Do not bring your children to MHS if they have the following:

  • Fever over 100 within the last 24 hours
  • Colored Mucus (yellow or green snotty nose)
  • Croup Cough or Non-Stop Coughing
  • Diarrhea, vomiting or nausea
  • Rashes or ring worm
  • Head Lice
  • Administration of live virus vaccine within the past 2 weeks
  • Anything Contagious you are aware of

Q:

What is the MHS Weather Policy?

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MHS will follow the severe weather cancellations of Rutherford County Schools.

Q:

What is the MHS food policy?

A:

  • MHS is a nut-free organization and The Boys & Girls Club is a nut-free facility.
  • Food and drink are ONLY permitted in the Common Room at The Boys & Girls Club.