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ENROLLMENTS

››  2024-25 School Year:

Upcoming school year that will run from July 2024 to June 2025.

FORMS

››  Related Information:

Enrollment fees, classifications, grade level, and attendance information:

FEES

CLASSIFICATIONS

GRADE LEVEL

POLICIES

STATEMENT OF FAITH

››  Christian Education:
Aaron Academy is a Bible-believing, Christ-honoring private school.
Please be aware that we require adherence to our policies, academic and attendance requirements, reporting, and statement of faith for acceptance and continued membership.
1Submit your enrollment forms and registration fees to our school office.
Our forms are available online. You can print them or use our web forms to start the enrollment process.
2Withdraw student from current school.
After enrollment you will need to withdraw your student from the previous school. They will receive a transfer request for student files from us. You may use our receipt of enrollment for verification if required by the previous school to complete the transfer.
3Determine the student's courses or credits needed.
For high school students, once our office receives your transcripts from the previous school, we will send you a list of courses needed for the current school year. Our list of required credits for graduation are posted online.
4Purchase the curriculum (books) needed.
Purchase the books your student will need for the current school year. There are many resources that carry home education materials. We provide a short list of resources you can find online.
5Submit Curriculum List (list of books and courses / subjects).
A list of the courses and materials the student will be using is due within 30 days of enrollment. Our curriculum form is available online (for print or web submission).
6Have student start working on courses / subjects.
Once you enroll and purchase or acquire the study materials and books, have the student start school after July 1st.
It's best to start no later than when other schools in your community start (usually in August).
In Tennessee, state law requires a minimum of 6.5 hours of instructional work a day, for 180 school days.
7Keep track of your students grades and attendance with our semester reports.
These are required and due at the school office at the end of each semester.
8Grade the student's work when completed.
The primary teacher is responsible to grade each of the subjects or credits.
9Submit semester reports to the school office.
Semester reports (attendance and grades) are due at the end of each semester.

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