Broward Programs Tuition

This page outlines Registration & Tuition for Take Root’s Broward County Programs – Nature Homeschool

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Ocean Seekers: Ages 8-12+Tuesdays
10am-1:30pm
Hollywood/Dania Beach – Mizell State Park
Nature Seekers: Ages 4-11
Age 4 on Thursday
Wednesdays and/or Thursdays
10am-2:30pm
Ft. Lauderdale – Bonnet House
Forest Friday: Ages 4-11Fridays
10am-2:30pm
Ft. Lauderdale – Bonnet House
Outdoor Classrooms

Broward Tuition

September-May

Total of 9 Monthly Payments for Academic Year Commitment

Nine Total Payments: September – MayMonthly Payment:
$175 Per Child per 1 Day a Week Enrollment
15% Discount per Added SiblingAnnual Registration Fee $275
(Non-Refundable)
Enroll in 1-4 Days Per Week: Tuesday through FridayWeekly ProgramCommitment RequiredThree Seasons: Autumn, Winter, Spring

Ready…Set…Enroll!

Please read our Covid-19 Guidelines and Adaptations. Learning will take place outside. Facial Covering Guidelines will be followed. There will be small groups of no more than 8 kids and their teacher/guide. All groups will be adequately supervised and will follow safety guidelines and protocol. All staff are screened and trained. All locations are protected and beautiful.

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Enrollment is a commitment and investment in your child’s education and in Take Root Education as a small local business. Should circumstances cause the locations to close, the procedure will be as follows: first – use allotted time on calendar for make-up days, second – use an alternate location, third – provide enriching programs online.

Take Root depends on the support of the families in the community. Our programs require an advance commitment. There is a NO refund policy. Credits will be considered for certain circumstances. There are no credits for missed days.

This year, 2020/2021, ALL families are invited to ROUND-UP…when you register…a little extra money can go a LONG WAY. Each family is invited to round up their tuition fees in order to create scholarship funds – making space available for children to attend. This will open opportunities for families who have a sincere desire to attend but do not have the means.