Tuition / Finance

Tuition varies by course. See  Tomball Course Descriptions or Woodlands Course Descriptions. Tuition is paid directly to the teacher.

Payments will be paid to each individual teacher.  To ease payment, the total tuition for each class is divided into 10 monthly payments, payable monthly, beginning July 1 and continuing through April 1, regardless of how many classes are taught each month.  The first payment is due at the time of registration.  The remaining installments are due on the first of each month, August through April. 

After the 10th day of each month, the payment is considered late, and a late fee of $10 will be charged unless prior arrangements are made.  If tuition is not paid by the next due date, the student may not be allowed to come to class until the balance is paid in full.  If you are having trouble paying your tuition, talk to the teacher as soon as possible to work out other arrangements.   Work Swaps are sometimes available for those in need. For more information, contact the teacher.

Some courses have lab, book or supply fees. Some courses have a different payment plan.  Consult the course description for specifics.

After July 1, there are no refunds. Late cancellations cause hardships for teachers and may prevent other students from taking classes.

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 $35 per family insurance fee due upon registration for classes.  Your check or money order should be made payable to HIS Classes and mailed to Debbie Gott, 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 or Jack Hightower at jack_hghtwr [at] yahoo [dot] com if you have further questions concerning this fee.