We are already receiving student applications for next school year, and to help us plan, we are replacing the registration fee (due in August) with a non-refundable commitment fee automatically billed on February 16 and due March 5. Paying the fee secures your child’s seat for the next school year. The fee is $200/student with a maximum of $400 per family.
If you know that your student will not be returning next year, stop by any school office by Friday, February 11, to complete a continuing enrollment cancellation form.
What if we are unsure of our plans for next year?
We hope you plan to return to BJA, but we understand that circumstances mean you make a different schooling choice for your child(ren). If you opt to not pay the commitment fee, you can apply and pay the new student commitment fee ($300) when you are ready to commit. We do have waiting lists for some grades, so space is not guaranteed.
Will benefited families be charged this fee?
Benefited families will see the charge/credit applied to their bill but will not need to pay the fee, and their student(s) seat(s) will automatically be saved. However, we do ask that you notify us if your plans change for any currently enrolled children. New students will continue to need to compete the application process.
What if we have an additional child in our family that we would like to attend BJA next year?
Please complete the application process for the additional student. Once accepted the $200 commitment fee (up to $400 per family) will be charged.
How will it be charged?
The commitment fee will be charged through FACTS through incidental billing. You’ll see the charge generated on February 16 and due on March 5.
What if we don’t pay the commitment fee?
After March 15, the charge for the commitment fee will be removed from your account and a seat will not be reserved for your student. If you would like to re-enroll after that call or email Tami Bucholtz to check availability.
If you have questions regarding how the fee is charged contact Meghan West. Contact Tami Bucholtz for questions regarding availability and the commitment process.
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