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**Membership Fees are:

$140.00 a year for a family  (or $13 month-to-month membership fee for a family from August 1 – July 31)

$70 a year for a family with *ONLY *Pre-K -5th grade

NO matter the size of the family.  🙂

 

**Note if your family is a mixture of elementary AND middle/high school, membership fee is $140 yr.

Services included in membership are:

**Elementary Years packet report (If you desire – no additional fee)

Report cards are completed in the month of June of each homeschooling year. Deadline to participate in May 31 of each year for student grades to be turned in.

Month-to-Month Members may only receive the report card service *if* they’ve been a member for a minimum of 6 months in the year. Otherwise an additional cost will be in place.

(includes report cards for students, one session a year of course planning/mapping)

and/or

**Middle Years packet (no additional fee):

Report cards are completed in the month of June of each homeschooling year. Deadline to participate in May 31 of each year for student grades to be turned in.

Month-to-Month members may only receive the report card service *if* they’ve been a member for a minimum of 6 months in the year. Otherwise an additional cost will be in place.

 

*High School packet (no additional fee)

Transcripts are completed in the month of June of each homeschooling year. Deadline to participate in May 31 of each year for student grades to be turned in.

High school students will be ranked as well if the above deadlines are met for transcripts.

Month-to-Month members may only receive the free transcript service *if* they’ve been a member for a minimum of 6 months in the year. Otherwise an additional cost will be in place.

 

**add Senior Graduation packet:  $25 per students, rising 12th grade

(includes diploma, graduation ceremony, small reception, not cap/gown)

 

**add Kindergarten Graduation packet: $15 per student 9th-12th grade

(includes diploma, graduation ceremony, small reception, not cap/gown)

Families will not receive any pro-rated refunds if they: stop homeschooling, change accountability associations or decide not to continue with a particular packet during the homeschooling year.

 

UCHU-AA participates in year around membership.

 

To receive full understanding of UCHU-AA requirements please read the Parent Handbook. Click HERE.  <<<–( click the word *here*)

 

As a member of UCHU-AA your homeschooling family can expect to receive:

* Third-Option accountability according to Section 59-65-47

*’Member Area’ access on UCHUnlimited.com’s website

*Yearly UCHU Homeschool Virtual Summits (online)

*Quarterly UCHU Homeschool/Special Needs Virtual Bootcamps (online)

*Montly UCHU Homeschool MasterMind Virtual Meet-ups (online)

*Individual Coaching /Consultation Session (fee)

*Membership cards (2) providing proof of your homeschooling status unless it is a single parent family.

* An acceptance package via email

* Up-to-date information regarding the laws of home educating in our state as we receive those updates and are aware of them

* High School transcripts that are in line with the Commission of Higher Education (parents must provide numerical grades and courses May 31 of each high schooling year).

* An UCHU-AA issued high School Diploma (at a fee)

*High School ranking (9th -12th grade) if I complete your student’s transcript.

*A variety of homeschool packages to round out your membership

* Report cards for each child (parents must send in grades at the end of the year) (no fee)

*DMV letter (no fee) Your acceptance letter serve as your DMV letter

*Graduation commencement for kindergarten and high school seniors (at a fee)

* Counseling and encouragement as needed along your home educating journey.

* Membership into UCHU-Email Support Group and Facebook Group

 

What you can expect from UCHU-AA:

* NO required testing.

* NO requirement of curriculum you must use

*NO request to know what curriculum you are using

* NO requirement of how many hours in a day you must teach

* NO intrusion in your home educating methods

* Our freedoms to be exercised to deny or not except any application for reasons UCHU-AA deems valid

 

What UCHU-AA expects of its members:

* Compliance withstate requirements according to Section 59-65-47 to include:

– a parent must hold at least a high school diploma or a GED;

– the instructional home educating year is at least 180 days;

– subjects of study includes, but not limited to, reading, writing, math, social studies, and science, and in grades seven through twelve, composition and literature;

– education records must be maintained by the parent- teacher and include:

– a plan book, diary or other record indicating subjects taught and activities in which the student and parent-teacher engage;

-a portfolio of samples of the student’s academic work;

*Submit 90 day and 180 day attendance cards as those attendance milestones are reached and

*High School ranking form to be completed by each family by May 31 of each homescholing year with a high school student grades 9th-12th.

 

 

 

 

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