Re-enrollment Grades 1-5 3rd Sibling

Re-enrollment 2019-20 Grades 1-5 - 3RD SIBLING ENROLLMENT
Please complete this re-enrollment contract form if your student is a returning student going into 1st through 5th grades for the 2019-20 school year AND is the 3rd sibling you are re-enrolling. Please note that re-enrolling a 3rd sibling requires this form in order to receive your 3rd sibling discount. 

Once you have completed this form you will have the choice to either process your re-enrollment fee through PayPal or pay by check in the office. There is a $20 fee for PayPal processing.

The re-enrollment fee is $550. It is due by March 15, 2019. A late fee of $100 will be applied after March 15th and additionally on May 1st and on August 15th. The re-enrollment fee is non-refundable, non-transferable.
 
*PLEASE NOTE THE AUGUST DUE DATE HAS BEEN CHANGED TO AUGUST 15, 2019. 

If you have questions about re-enrolling, please contact Ann Vanhook at annv@anthonyschool.org.

Child's Name
Birth Date
Grade Entering
Parent Name(s)
Street Address
City
State
Zip
Home Phone
Parent 1 Name & Work Phone
Parent 2 Name & Work Phone
Please select your payment plan. (*10 month plan tuition payments begin August 2019, and continue through May 2020. Payments must be made by pre-authorized bank draft or by credit card. To arrange by credit card, please contact the office.):


I/We the parent(s) or legal guardian(s) of (please enter the students name in the box below), hereby enroll this student in The Anthony School, Inc. for the 2019-2020 school term.
We agree to pay one of the following plans for tuition and we have paid the fees due in advance:


By entering my/our names in the box below, I hereby release and hold harmless The Anthony School, Inc. from any of its officers, trustees, employees, or agents from participation by my child in any activity connected with The Anthony School, Inc.
I would like to pay my enrollment fee by:

Your Name:
Your Email:

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