FCS operates under a continuous enrollment policy. This model eliminates the task of annual re-enrollment and also abolishes the $75.00 annual re-enrollment deposit. This streamlined process is more efficient, as the majority of our families re-enroll every year. Continuous enrollment also allows us to better plan and prepare staff and resources for each coming school year.
Upon enrollment, FCS families will sign a Continuous Enrollment Contract. This contract secures your student(s) place at FCS until graduation and assumes re-enrollment for each upcoming school year. Should you elect to decline re-enrollment for the upcoming school year, you must notify the school by completing the Official Withdrawal Notice Form no later than February 15th of that year. After that date, a $500.00 withdrawal fee per student will be assessed.
What is continuous enrollment?
Continuous Enrollment is a more efficient way to conduct the re-enrollment process. It is an agreement to keep your student(s) continuously enrolled at FCS until they graduate (unless you notify the school of your intention to withdraw your student by the annual deadline, February 15th.)
Why has FCS adopted a continuous enrollment policy?
– This streamlined policy eliminates the task of annual re-enrollment and discontinues the annual enrollment deposit.
– Once enrolled, a student’s spot is reserved through their graduation date.
– Continuous enrollment allows FCS to better plan and allocate staff and resources for each coming school year.
What if I do not intend to enroll my student for the upcoming school year?
– You must notify the school by completing the Official Withdrawal Notice Form, no later than February 15 of any given year.
– A penalty of $500.00 per student will be assessed in the event a student is withdrawn for the coming school year after the February 15 deadline.
Are there any exceptions to this policy?
A waiver of the withdrawal fee will be considered on a case-by-case basis in the event of the following:
– the family moves out of the area
– FCS determines that it is unable to meet your student’s educational needs
– Variable Tuition Assistance contingencies