The adult who has the major responsibility for the supervision of the student with their homeschooling is “Parent/Guardian #1”.
“Parent/Guardian 2” refers only to a parent or guardian living in the same household. Separated partners, even if paying fees, are not included here but details may be included in the Comments section.
If the responsibility is shared between two adults, both adults must do the Parent Training, although only one A.C.E. Parent Training Kit needs to be purchased.
We do not require birth certificates. We may require school reports in some cases. This is explained on the form. Put simply, we do not require reports unless you child is being enrolled into Year 8 or above. If you have been homeschooling and have no report, we may require evidence that your child has completed a certain level in their studies. Contact us if you are not sure.
If applicable, post or scan and email your child’s report(s) or any other relevant documentation.
This is the amount given to you on your quote, according to the breakdown of costs shown.
Payment may be made by credit card or EFT. We cannot enrol your family until the initial payment has been made.
We will get back to you.
As soon as we process your enrolment, we will contact you by email with a Welcome Letter.
The Welcome Letter has a lot of useful information, so please read it carefully. It will include your Family Code (Customer Code) and login details for Member Access to our website. You will need Member Access to do our video training programme.
We will also post your Parent Training workbooks and Diagnostic Tests, as applicable. If these have not arrived within a week of your enrolment, let us know.
Keep in touch!
We love to spend time communicating with families, and will chat with you for as long as you need; however, we usually wait until you contact us. Our usual method of communication is via our newsletters and by email. If you would like a phone call, the best way is to email us and suggest a suitable time for us to call you.
If you have any questions or concerns, let us know.