Re-enrollment

Enrollment Year

Your Enrollment Year begins on the day you enroll at Whitmore School and ends on the same day the next year. For example, if you enrolled on March 17, 2018, Your Enrollment Year ends on March 16, 2019. Your Enrollment Year is not tied to a semester schedule like traditional schools. Your tuition pays for one full year (12 months) and allows you to be scheduled for up to 6.0 credits. Diploma PLUS and Diploma PLUS Math Tutoring students are allowed two additional 0.5 credit academic support courses: 0.5 credit Academic Success, and 0.5 credit Career Readiness or 0.5 credit College Readiness, at no additional tuition.

Re-enrollment

If you have not completed your courses and/or graduation requirements at the end of your Enrollment Year, you will simply re-enroll, and continue in your courses right where you left off. Credits that have not been completed during an Enrollment Year, will rollover upon re-enrollment and be counted toward the 6.0 credits of the next Enrollment Year.

Diploma Program re-enrollment notices can be found on your Student Desk two months prior to your re-enrollment date as a reminder with a link to the re-enrollment form for your parents to complete. A re-enrollment reminder will be emailed to your parents as well.

To make sure there is no interruption in access to your schoolwork, you should complete your re-enrollment form and tuition payment at least two weeks prior to the end of the enrollment year.

If your access has been suspended due to lack of payment, all your coursework will be saved in your password-protected school file cabinet until payment is received and your password reinstated.

Early Re-enrollment

If you have completed your 6.0 credits prior to the end of your Enrollment Year, you may re-enroll early. This allows you to schedule up to 6 new credits. Many students are able to accelerate their graduation in this manner.

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Written by Ellen R.

Are you feeling lost in the confusion over your school options for the 2020-21 school year? Many parents are being faced with making decisions about their child’s education that are confusing and overwhelming. School Districts are faced with developing a plan that will allow children to “go to school” safely. The reality is that there are still many unknown factors of the COVID-19 virus.

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