Is Pep Right for You?

  • We are a bona fide home school family, (see Parent Handbook definition) and as such, we understand there will be at least one parent home during the daytime on school days when PEP is not in session who will come alongside and support the student with their course work.

  • We understand the mission and values held by PEP and are willing to have our student tutored by those who hold to them.

  • The student is willing and able to work at home an average of 24 hours/week, assuming enrollment in the full curriculum offering at PEP.

  • We believe we have a joyful duty of reinforcing education as parent-teachers and to fully understand the philosophy under which our child is learning.

  • My child can handle a challenge or desires to learn to handle a challenge and I have communicated any concerns regarding my child's abilities to handle the courses with the site administrator.

  • I (or one parent) am willing and able to volunteer at least 5 hours in service to PEP this year (each site has differing needs) or, if applicable, pay the opt out cleaning and/or set up fee.

  • I am willing to persevere and work through a challenging adjustment period with my child.

  • I understand a $75 non-refundable application fee is required before this application can be approved. (This fee is only required for the first two applicants in your family.)    

  • We have access to the Internet so we can retrieve information from the PEP website, www.pep1.org, and we frequently check our email for PEP announcements.

  • I understand that the full amount of tuition is non-refundable after 5/1/17 (or upon receipt of the first tuition payment). Parents are obligated to pay the full tuition amount that they registered for, regardless if the student attends the class(es) or not.

  • If my child is taking a course requiring written papers, I understand that the papers must be typed and he/she will have adequate typing skills to accomplish the task as well as access to a printer.