Description and Terms of Agreement

Please read the following before you register. Part I explains and provides the steps to register and Part II explains the requirements and additional information about our program.

Part I:
When signing up for classes please review our current schedule of classes on our ILA website. You can click on each teacher’s name on the schedule to see their respective teacher bio, course descriptions, times of class offering, and cost of class.

After deciding which classes you would like to sign up for please continue on this page and check the appropriate boxes below. After checking the boxes and clicking on the registration button, you will be taken to our ClassTrack online registration where you will pay your $145 annual family registration fee and $10/student fee. After you pay for your campus registration fees you’ll be able to sign up for classes.  Families are responsible to pay teachers directly for classes chosen either out of pocket or using charter funds (if the teacher takes charter funds).  Also, parents who are coming on campus are required to purchase an ID badge for under $10.

Part II.
In order to sign up for classes please read and agree to all of the following points and mark your consent at the bottom.

Independent Learning Academy is a school ministry to the homeschooling community. We are a part of Next Generation Ministries which is a non-profit organization that was created to raise up and equip the next generation to fulfill all of their God-given purposes. We function as a Private School Satellite Program (PSP) that allows both charter, non-charter, and other PSP programs to take classes at our two day a week homeschooling campus.

ILA team members work together to schedule excellent academic core and elective classes for grades K-12. We take time to discuss and plan courses and classes that help our students grow and develop throughout their educational years with us. We build community around our classes with monthly chapel, lunch/recess, field trips, campus social functions and events, mom’s bible study, assemblies, and other outreaches.

Families are required to participate in our 12 hours per family per 16 week semester monitoring program. There are no exceptions to this. Younger children are welcomed to accompany their parent during this time and high school students can help fulfill and serve these hours if parent deems the high school student is mature enough (and campus director agrees). Families have the option to choose from the following monitoring positions: Front desk/study hall, hallway, or lunch/recess. We utilize an online volunteer spot system to coordinate, organize, and oversee our monitoring program. Please goto signup.com to schedule your 12 hours of monitoring.

In addition to our required monitoring hours, we have a $145/family and a $10/registration fee, which is non-refundable, unless you are unable to find availability in any of the classes that you desire. Please check the following boxes that you have read the above information and that you understand and will adhere and abide by these requirements of our homeschooling program.  Again, families are responsible to pay teachers directly for classes chosen either out of pocket or using charter funds (if the teacher takes charter funds)

Thank you for choosing our program! We look forward to meeting you and having you and your family join our dynamic learning community!

Please check the following boxes that you have read the above information and that you understand and will adhere and abide by these requirements of our homeschooling program.

I will fulfill my mandatory 12 hour monitoring shift and schedule my hours at signup.com.
My ILA student and I will attend the mandatory orientation meeting to review the ILA Handbook that I have printed under “forms” and bring with me on the first day of class.
I acknowledge that my registration fee of $145 and the $10/student fee is non-refundable unless I am unable to find availability in the classes I desire.  I will also purchase an ID badge (under $10) for either me and/or my spouse because I/we will be coming on campus.
I will pay class tuition to teachers on or before the first day of class if I am paying out of pocket.  If teacher takes charter funds, I will  make sure the teacher is a vendor of my charter school and then place PO with my charter school.  I know that all faith-based classes cannot be paid with charter funds, but out of pocket.