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PAYMENTS & POLICIES

All computer css are not returnable.

Books must be returned in 15 days – in excellent condition

Tuition is non-refundable once it is paid.

Students/Parents are required to contact the school to schedule all meetings.  They are also required to send in report information prior to the scheduled meeting.

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All borrowed library materials must be returned by June 30th or there will be a new charge for them.  All payments must be caught up before any certificates of completion or graduation can happen.

All virtual school fees will be paid prior to starting the courses.

POLICIES FOR ROYAL ACADEMY EDUCATION ENROLLMENT

Admission and continued enrollment in Royal Academy Education is at the discretion of the school’s director only when it is determined to be in the best interest of the student.

It is important that the student’s academic program continue in an orderly progression.  Therefore meeting MUST occur regularly and students must attend scheduled labs that they have been assigned.  Any appointment missed or cancelled by the student or parent may not be rescheduled.  If an appointment must be canceled by Royal Academy Education, it will be rescheduled for make-up.

Dismissal from Royal Academy Education may result from any documented circumstances deemed to be incompatible with the philosophy and principles of the school.  Circumstances include, but are not limited to, inappropriate behavior, habitual absenteeism, failure to complete assignments in a timely manner, and failure to submit quarterly reports and packets on time.

In order to withdraw a student from Royal Academy Education, the parent(s) must submit a signed and dated letter that includes the student’s full name and the reason for withdrawal.  There are no tuition refunds.

PLAGIARISM STATEMENT OF ROYAL ACADEMY EDUCATION

Plagiarism is the use of someone else’s words or ideas without acknowledging the source.  A source can be a book, newspaper, magazine, television program, song, video, movie, web page, computer program, letter, ad, interview or any other medium.  Plagiarism means not saying from where the information was taken – not citing the source.  It can consist of copying from a source, using a source too closely when paraphrasing, buying or downloading a paper or parts of a paper, having someone else write a paper for you, or copying diagrams, charts or pictures.  In other words, give credit where credit is due.  It is not necessary to document common knowledge or generally accepted facts.  If you are unsure, ask your supervisory teacher – or just cite it.

HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS

Public schools and private schools determine their own requirements for academic courses and graduation.  This applies to the number of credits needed for graduation and courses needed for graduation as well as the method in which the credit will be awarded.  Each school determines how it will apply credit earned elsewhere towards their students’ graduation requirements.  Royal Academy Education is not required to accept credits earned elsewhere, and schools elsewhere are not required to accept credits earned at Royal Academy Education.  Students working towards a high school diploma should consult with the receiving school to determine how course work and credit will be considered by the other school.