2019-2020 REGISTRATION NOW OPEN
NEW TOMBALL LOCATION FOR 2019-2020
ROSEHILL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
21022 ROSEHILL CHURCH RD., TOMBALL, TX 77377
THANK YOU TO BOYS & GIRLS COUNTRY FOR ALLOWING US
TO USE YOUR FACILITY FOR THE LAST 12 YEARS
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WOODLANDS AND TOMBALL CLASSES
Boy's & Girl's Country / St. David's Church
21225 FM 2920 at Cardinal Drive
Hockley, Texas 77447
The Woodlands Campus
North Place Church
28152 Robinson Rd
The Woodlands, TX 77385
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If you have questions concerning a course, contact the appropriate teacher. If you have general questions about the program, contact deblovesdp1 [at] gmail [dot] com.
(To minimize spam, email addresses have been disguised. Type all email addresses into your email program. We live in an age of spam blockers. If you do not receive a reply, please contact the teacher by phone.
To register for a class,
1. Complete one (1) REGISTRATION FORM for each TEACHER. (Some classes have special registration forms. See course descriptions.)
2. Mail the completed registration with a check for one month’s tuition to the teacher. These checks will not be cashed before July 1.
3. Registration and Insurance Fee - In an effort to help offset the ever increasing insurance cost that we are required to pay each year covering our students, monitors and teachers, HIS Classes has chosen to follow the lead of other co-ops in the area and charge an annual $65 per family registration and insurance fee due upon registration for classes. Your check or money order along with a completed registration form should be made payable to HIS Classes and mailed to HIS Classes, 9614 Dornoch Dr, Spring, TX 77379. This payment will not be cashed until July 1st at which time it will become non-refundable. This fee is due before a student may begin classes. Contact Debbie Gott at deblovesdp1[at]gmail[dot]com if you have further questions concerning this fee.
4. Complete online Parent/Student Agreement form and submit.
After July 1, there are no refunds. Late cancellations cause hardships for teachers and prevent other students from taking classes.