While there may be isolated small expenses for supplies, field trips or special events, there is no cost to families for enrollment. FHP is a publicly funded program and students who are enrolled are funded as part time public students. Since they are only part time, students retain their homeschool status and parents are still required to adhere to the Colorado homeschool law.
No, as part time students, FHPers retain their homeschool status and homeschoolers are not required to participate in the mandatory state testing program. Home educators will want to carefully study the Colorado Homeschool Law to ensure that they are in compliance with testing and evaluation requirements for homeschooled students.
For school year 2016-2017, FHAP classes will occur on Tuesdays and Thursdays with each course lasting 1.5 hours. Depending on specific course recommendations, student schedules could range from 3 to 4.5 hours per day at our facility.
Period 1 - 9:00 - 10:30
Period 2 - 10:40 - 12:10
Lunch - 12:10 - 12:40
Period 3 - 12:40 - 2:10
Period 4 - 2:20 - 3:50
Yes! We recognize that it is most convenient for homeschool families to take advantage of an enrichment program that serves most or all of their children at once. Because of this, students in grades K-7 are served on either of our enrichment program days (Monday, Tuesday or Thursday).
There is no requirement for uniforms at our program. In general, we will trust students and their families to use good judgment and common sense when dressing for school days. Students seeking guidance for what is and isn’t okay to wear are encouraged to consult the District 49 dress code guidelines in the Code of Conduct. If ever there is a dispute, we will use this code as our guide.
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