How often do classes meet?
Classes meet either one or two days per week for 30 weeks unless otherwise noted in the class catalog.
Are there any holidays or breaks built into the schedule?
Yes. There are no scheduled classes Thanksgiving week, three weeks for Christmas holiday, and two weeks for spring break.
Can I enroll my student for second semester?
Some classes offer mid-year enrollment. Contact the CEC office at (918) 664-9527 for more information.
Is CEC a non-profit organization?
Yes, CEC is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. All donations are tax deductible.
How is the CEC organization structured?
CEC is governed by a board of directors and an administrative team oversees everyday operations.
What financial commitments are required for the academic program?
Yearly fees payable upon registration are a one time, non-refundable application fee of $20.00 (NEW students only) and a one time, non-refundable registration fee of $75.00 per student not to exceed $240/family. Class fees vary, but all include a one time supply fee, operational fees (9 payments), and tutorial fees (9 payments). 
When are supply fees due for the academic program?
Supply fees, which vary by class, are due the first Thursday in July or upon registration, whichever is later.
What payment options are available?
Teacher and operational fees can be paid for the entire year or broken down into 9 or fewer installments.
Does CEC keep records of students' grades? Does CEC provide transcripts?
CEC utilizes GradeNet, a record keeping online tool for teachers, students, and parents to use.  Student's grades are able to be viewed throughout the school year and end of term reports may be printed for record keeping.
​CEC does not provide transcripts for classes.  It is the responsibility of the parents of home schooled students to maintain transcripts for their students.
How is CEC different than a traditional school?
CEC is like a college for home schooled students. Families choose the classes that will best fit the needs of their student. Depending on the classes chosen, students attend class one or two times per week and parents then supervise work that needs to be completed on the other days of the week.
What volunteer hours are required by each FAMILY?
Each family must volunteer for 4 hours per class taken, not to exceed 14 hours per student. There are numerous ways for members of your family to fulfill your volunteer service requirements.
Are all families required to have interviews with the administrative staff?
New families are required to have an interview before registering for classes. Interviews are not required for returning families unless requested by the administrative staff.
Do all families have to attend an Open House?
Only new families are required to attend Open House; However, all families are encouraged to attend. We have streamlined the process of registration so that each family has an opportunity receive the paper work and information necessary for registration, meet the teachers that will be teaching their children and to set up an interview for new students.
Does CEC provide graduation services?
CEC facilitates a graduation ceremony for home schooled students in which parents can present a graduation diploma to their student. CEC is not an accredited high school program, and we do not keep student records or transcripts. Therefore, CEC cannot issue diplomas. Our graduation ceremony is open to all home school families. More information can be found on our graduation services page.
What about lunch?
A lunch program lunch program is available on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays which is provided by local vendors such as Subway, Chick-fil-A, Mazzio's, etc. Lunches cost from $3 to $5 and can be ordered in the office no later than 10:00 am. In addition, a refrigerator, microwave and toaster oven are available to all students who wish to bring a lunch from home.
Can a student bring a visitor to class?
No. To maintain a safe and secure atmosphere for our students, only CEC parents are allowed on campus.