Registration


CHEC EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION  FOR THE
2014-2015 SCHOOL YEAR OPENS

MAY 1 - MAY 31

Current members will receive registration info via email.   Registration papers will also be available to download from the members’ area of the website on April 27 soon. 

 For more information regarding CHEC membership or if you are considering attending CFA during the 2014/2015 school year, please send in a request via the ‘contact us’ tab. 

CHEC membership is available to new members all year-you can join any time!  Each membership year normally begins in June (membership is prorated if a family joins after January 1) and runs through the following May. 

Currently membership is a one-time-yearly fee of $75.00 during early bird registration and $90.00 during  regular registration which covers the entire family until the May expiration.  Once the CHEC forms and fees have been returned and processed, the family’s membership is current.

  • Everyone who joins CHEC serves CHEC in some capacity. Signing up to serve within CHEC is an expected/ required part of the registration.
  • New members will also receive a login password. This will allow them to the “members only” areas of the website, the hub of the co-op.
  • Potential, new members will be contacted by the Registrar for clarification of responsibilities, discussion of expectations, and to answer any questions. All members are expected to sign a core values page and must be homeschooling at least one child as per the Definition of Homeschooling.*
  • Ohio School Notification Form—both are parts of the registration application. Members of CHEC may participate in all activities of CHEC. Sometimes age, cost, and gender restrictions apply.

*Homeschooling Defined: Families who have been excused from compulsory education, as described in the Ohio Administrative Code 3301-34 or 3301-35-08, and have filed said form or forms as required (applicable for children ages 6-18.)

The following students are not recognized as homeschooled by CHEC (not open to membership): Children enrolled in a public school, private school, public school operating through the home, “cyber school”, publicly funded e-school, charter school, virtual academy, or any other publicly-funded community school, are participating in compulsory education as clarified in the Ohio Revised Code (ORC) 3314.041.