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We've compiled a list of the most common questions we receive and have provided comprehensive answers to help you understand more about Naked Apple. If you still have questions after reviewing the FAQs, don't hesitate to reach out to us for further clarification. We're here to support you!

What is the timeline for Fee due dates?

  • Our non-refundable family registration fee is due upon registering for our program. To accommodate families who may require a more flexible payment arrangement, we've broken down the fee into two parts: an initial deposit to secure your spot, and the balance due on June 1st. This allows you to budget accordingly and not feel overwhelmed by a large upfront payment.

  • Class fees are due on August 1st. For families who need a more flexible payment option, a payment plan is available that divides the class fees into 5 equal payments over the course of the year, with the first payment due on August 1st.

Is there an option for drop off?

  • At this time, Naked Apple does not offer a drop-off option for students. Our program is designed to be a collaborative experience where the students, teachers, and parents work together to create a supportive and encouraging environment. In order to maintain the integrity of this program, it is necessary for parents to be present during the day. If you have any questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to reach out to us for further clarification. Thank you for your understanding.

Do we have to participate in both days?

  • No! Your family will have the flexibility to pick if they would like to attend on Wednesdays, Thursdays, or both days. 


Will the same classes be offered on both days?

  • No. Class offerings will vary on each co-op day. Thursday co-op will be similar to Wednesday, including the new addition of study hall/tutoring blocks during each block.


What will the new study hall/tutoring blocks look like?

  • We're thrilled to announce the addition of study hall/tutoring blocks! This new feature will provide families with greater flexibility, allowing them to get their current curriculum done during Thursday co-op. Students will have the chance to be guided through their assignments by other parents who may be able to explain things in a new way, fostering true cooperative learning. 


How old does my student need to be to partake in a study hall/tutoring block?

  • The age requirements for participating in the study hall/tutoring block are currently being finalized, but it's likely that students from Kindergarten through High School will be able to take part. However, students must be old enough to work independently with help available to them. If there are younger students, it may be necessary for parents to be present during that block. The final details will be confirmed by the time of registration.


Do I have to teach both days? 

  • While attending two days during the week doesn't necessarily mean you have to teach on both days, it's important to remember that our co-op heavily relies on the support of parents to teach classes. This allows us to offer an even wider variety of exciting choices for students. Of course, we understand that everyone's personal circumstances are different, so we hope that each family will serve in whichever way the Lord leads them.


Is there an increased price for attending two days a week?

  • Families attending two days during the week will face an increased family registration fee and will be responsible for additional class fees for the second day.

What are people saying about Naked Apple?

"Family. This co-op is like family. I can't count the number of times I've seen people step up and help a friend. From the small child that needs a friend on a rough day, to the family that needs meals during a tough time. If you are looking for your village, you just found it. I'm so thankful that our family is a part of this community."

~ The Schnieder Family ~

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