Registration is now open for the 2020-21 school year. You can browse the course offerings here or download a printable schedule (see below). For more detail on course offerings, refer to the Recommended Courses of Study or fill out a contact form (link above right) to schedule an advising appointment.
To register for classes, you will need to first create a free parent account in our registration system. Once you have created your parent account, you will also need to add one or more student accounts. Note that each account requires a unique email address.
When you are ready to register, you can log in directly from the “Browse Courses” page (see the light grey “login” link in the upper right corner) or follow this link. (Note that if you are currently logged in, you will see a personalized welcome message on the Browse Courses page rather than “Welcome Visitor”.) See detailed step-by-step instructions here.
Tuition & Fees
Tuition varies by level with most course prices ranging from $650 to $750 for the full school year. There is also a one-time Student Records Fee of $250 for all rising 8th graders or new students in grades 8 through 12. This covers a variety of account maintenance and record keeping activities. In addition, all registered students will have access to a variety of college advising seminars and other community activities. As a new student, you can either pay that fee at registration or have it added to your deferred payment plan (see below).
There are two basic payment options. You may pay in full at time of registration using a credit card or e-check, or you may pay a 30% deposit at time of registration and the balance at a later time through our FACTS SIS system. See our current Terms and Conditions for details. If you choose the payment plan, watch for information about how to set up your account and schedule payments.
A Note on Wait Lists
We encourage you to sign up for both a wait list and a backup section if your first choice for a particular class is not available. There is typically a lot of movement through the summer, and we have usually been able to accommodate all or most of the wait-listed students. We do take overall course load (and schedule complexity) into account when drawing from the wait lists. We also consider time zone concerns, especially outside the Americas, as they may affect the practicality of very early or very late classes. If you are taking advantage of the payment plan, simply register for both sections. Both deposits will be credited against the balance of the single tuition due. If you have paid in full, please contact the Registrar to be added to a wait list free of charge. You will be notified when space opens up, and you will have the opportunity to accept the new spot or remain in the original section.