Continuous Enrollment - Frequently Asked Questions

What is Continuous Enrollment?

Historically, more than 90% of Fulton School families have re-enrolled for the upcoming year.  We can streamline the re-enrollment for our current families by implementing Continuous Enrollment. With this program, students are continuously enrolled from here on out, which means that next year there we will be no re-enrollment paperwork to fill out.  It’s that simple!  On March 1, 2020, unless you have notified the office that you will not be returning, your child will be placed on class lists for the following year.


How does it benefit YOU?
Simplicity.  It takes the process of completing the re-enrollment paperwork off your to-do list every year. The school office will roll out the new Continuous Enrollment program to current parents via email on February 13 with easy step-by-step instructions to move you through the process. It will only take a couple of minutes. All re-enrollment agreements, with deposits, are due by March 1, 2019. Click here to fill out the new Continuous Enrollment agreement.


After this year, what will the “Re-enrollment Season” look like?
After this initial year, the typical re-enrollment season (February-March) will simply be a communication reminder about the Continuous Enrollment deposit and due date. No forms or paperwork to fill out!


Where and when will the tuition be posted for the 2019-20 school year?
Tuition for 2019-20 is currently posted on our website. Click here.


How much is the re-enrollment deposit?
The re-enrollment deposit is approximately 15% of tuition. Click here to see the tuition and fee schedule. For families applying for tuition assistance, a $500 deposit per child is required for re-enrollment.


How is the re-enrollment deposit collected?
You can pay your deposit by check, by credit card (plus a 2.25% fee), or it can be added to your TFS school account (March statement). You will make your payment selection on the online enrollment agreement. Need to discuss payment? Email Sarah Doyle, our Business Manager, at .


What if you are unsure of your intent to re-enroll your child(ren) for next year?
We understand that circumstances change, which may cause some question about your child(ren)’s Continuous Enrollment Contract for the next school year. We are happy to work with you. Contact Diane Loyd, our Director of Enrollment Management – or 636-458-6688, before March 1 to talk through your situation.


What if you choose not to re-enroll your child(ren) for the 2019-20 school year?
We understand that it can be awkward, but letting us know early that you won’t be back next year really helps our 2019-20 staffing and planning. Click here to notify the office. Of course we'll do whatever we can to help your child's transition go smoothly. 


What if you want to opt-out of Continuous Enrollment?
If you choose not to participate in Continuous Enrollment but still wish to re-enroll for the 2019-20 school year, click here to fill out the yearly traditional enrollment agreement. This means that next year you will need to fill out re-enrollment paperwork again if you return, of you can opt-in to Continuous Enrollment.


In future years, what if you decide to leave the school but you have signed a Continuous Enrollment agreement?
Every February, current parents will be reminded of their Continuous Enrollment agreement and the deposit/due dates. If your child(ren) will not be returning to TFS, written notification of withdrawal should be submitted to the office by March 1; no re-enrollment deposit will be charged. 

What about unique circumstances -- you have plans to stay through graduation, but circumstances change?
We’ve built flexibility into this contract. So, for major life changes or unique circumstances like moving away from our school, health issues, or if there is some unforeseen circumstance that our Administration approves, there will be no financial penalty.


Have questions about Continuous Enrollment?
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