In order to receive a full refund for a class, please contact us regarding the cancellation at least 24 hours prior to the first lesson. To cancel a class, please email us at Info@HomeSchoolCoaches.com with your child’s name, grade, class title/day/time along with your name, email and phone number.
Please communicate with your teacher by no later than 6 p.m. the night before if your student will be missing a lesson. We highly value our teachers’ time; therefore, no-shows will be considered missed lessons for which you will be charged in full. If you miss 3 consecutive lessons without communicating with the teacher, the teacher may drop the student from the class and you will forfeit the class fee
If no students have joined the meeting 10 minutes after the start time, the lesson may be cancelled at the teacher’s discretion. This is considered a missed lesson and, therefore, is not eligible for a refund.
If the teacher cancels a lesson, payments may be prorated to compensate for the missed lesson in the event that a make-up day cannot be agreed upon.
If the teacher cancels a class in progress, you will receive a prorated refund based on the percentage of lessons you have paid for that were canceled.
Payments may be made via credit card or charter school purchase order. If Home School Coaches is not a vendor with your charter school, we would be happy to apply with them to become a vendor. Please email us, or have your charter school send us a vendor packet to Info@HomeSchoolCoaches.com.
All lesson fees are due in advance of your first lesson. Please ensure that you have budgeted enough time for charter school purchase orders to be received at least 48 hours prior to the start of the class.
Unfortunately, we cannot offer refunds, or prorating, on unused or cancelled lessons
Free Trials: Students may try out a course by attending one lesson free of charge. Attendance must occur within the first two weeks of the start of the course. Only those courses 8 weeks or longer are eligible for free trials. Students may use up to three free trials per semester.