Our schedule and pricing are based upon bringing students the highest quality teachers, programming and overall learning experience.
We enroll students for the academic year (Sept to June). The academic year is made up of three terms: Fall, Winter, and Spring. Depending upon the course, families can enroll by the term. Each term is typically 11 learning weeks.
Our schedule aligns with most public and independent schools. Classes are held Monday through Saturday.
We offer courses designed specifically for homeschool students during day school hours.
Class Length per Week
- Kindergarten to Grade 2 meet for 90 minutes, once weekly.
- Grades 3-12 meet for two hours, once weekly unless otherwise specified.
Pricing and Fees
There are three fees:
- Annual registration (paid once per year)
- Tuition per trimester
- Materials fee per trimester
1. Annual Registration
Annual Registration Fee: $75
This fee is a one-time annual fee. It is non-refundable and due prior to the start of class.
To make enrollment more flexible and affordable, tuition is divided into three, multi-week learning sessions (Fall, Winter, and Spring) from September through June. Tuition is due in full prior to the start of each session.
Tuition for One Trimester (Fall, Winter, or Spring)
Kindergarten-Grade 1 (90-minute classes)
Grades 1-2 (90-minutes)
Grades 3-5 (2-hour classes)
Grades 6-8 (2-hour classes)
Grades 9-12 (1.5-2-hour classes)*
Courses that bridge grades that have different tuition fees are priced individually.
3. Materials and Supplies
Materials and supplies for grades K-2 (90minutes): $50
Materials and supplies for grades 3-4: $55
Materials and supplies for grades 5-7: $60
Materials and supplies for grades 8-12: $65
Courses that bridge grades with different fees are priced individually.
Material fees are per term and nonrefundable.
Holidays and Breaks
Please see our enrollment pages for breaks and summer. Fees vary for each course due to wide ranges in material costs.
We offer a 5% or 2% tuition deduction for each additional sibling enrolled after the first sibling's enrollment at the full tuition cost. If paid via check, the deduction is 5%. If paid via credit card, the deduction is 2%. The deduction is taken from the lower tuition fee after the first child's tuition is paid at the full rate.
The sibling discount may not be combined with any promotions or incentives being offered.
needs-based financial assistance
The Innovation Institute provides needs-based assistance contingent upon its budget and individual needs. For more information, follow this link.