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1 NEW HOURS Mon Wed Fri 9:00 3:00 NEW MAILING ADDRESS P.O. Box 3233 Cookeville, TN Phone: (931) Toll-free: Fax: (931) Website: Enrollment Information for New students & All Online/Correspondence students

2 WHAT IS HOME EDUCATION? - Parents being totally responsible for their child s education. 2 YOU SHOULD KNOW THE LEGAL ASPECTS OF HOME EDUCATION IN TENNESSEE: As a home educating parent, you have ultimate responsibility for your child s education and your own school in your home. It is our recommendation that you protect your rights as a home educator by being familiar with the law in Tennessee concerning home education. IS DANIEL 1 ACADEMY STATE ACCREDITED? No, we are not state accredited. State accreditation would require teachers (parents) to be state-certified and for curriculums used to be stateapproved. Of course that is not possible with homeschooling. HOW DOES THAT AFFECT MY STUDENT S FUTURE IF HE GRADUATES FROM DANIEL 1? Students earning our diploma can still go on to college or get a job. There may be a few universities across the nation who may question a homeschooler s credentials but most colleges are welcoming homeschool students. Sometimes homeschool students have had trouble getting government jobs or entrance into the military. The problem is usually solved by student getting a GED. WHAT ABOUT CURRICULUM? On the Homeschool Program you may choose to use any curriculum you desire but you must complete the curriculum plan on the application. Curriculum is provided by Daniel 1 for students on the Correspondence Program. We use a combination of Alpha Omega Lifepacs and A.C.E. Paces. The Online Program uses a web-based curriculum called Ignitia, published by Alpha Omega. IS ACHIEVEMENT TESTING REQUIRED? NO Daniel 1 no longer offers achievement testing. Parents of elementary students who want testing should search the internet where there are many options from which to choose. High school students will still have a testing requirement using the ACT test. See the section on high school for more information. WHAT DO I NEED TO SEND IN TO GET ENROLLED? For students transferring from another school OR Students enrolling for the first time anywhere A separate application for each student All enrollment fees. The Records Request Form Proof of one parent s high school graduation or beyond Birth certificate for each student Proof of guardianship if someone other than parents are involved FOR CORRESPONDENCE & ONLINE PROGRAMS Also include Unofficial copy of transcript from former school for students in grades 9-12 if possible to speed the process of placement High School Subjects Form (grades 9-12) ATTENTION RETURNING FAMILIES Daniel 1 reserves the right to refuse to put grades or high school credits on the student s transcript that were earned during a semester in which the student enrolled late. To avoid any problems, just be sure and enroll before August 1st. We will take enrollments all year but waiting too late may mean that nothing will be posted on student s transcript for 1st semester. THIS DOES NOT APPLY TO NEW STUDENTS TRANSFERRING TO D1A FROM ANOTHER SCHOOL. DANIEL 1 OFFERS MIDDLE SCHOOL & HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS Any student in grades 6-12 can try out for our sports teams. We have a girls volleyball team (grades 6-12), a middle school boys basketball team (grades 6-8), a girls high school basketball team and a boys high school basketball team. Contact Jack Holman at D1A if you want more information.

3 THREE PROGRAMS FROM WHICH TO CHOOSE 3 THE HOMESCHOOL PROGRAM This is the traditional do-it-yourself program. Parents are responsible for all aspects of their child s education: registering, choosing and purchasing curriculum, teaching and grading. They then report the semester grades (due on Jan. 30 and June 30 of each year) to Daniel 1 Academy to be placed in the student s permanent file. Parent or guardian of student must have a high school diploma or GED and be able to show proof of it. New student processing fee $ 20 (Only required first time student enrolls with D1A) Registration fees FEES Grades K-6 Grades st child $90 $100 2nd child $90 $100 3rd+ child Free Free EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT Enroll before July 16 and take $10 off the enrollment fees of the 2 oldest children. *NOTE* If mailing in registration, your envelope must be postmarked before July 16 to qualify for the early discount. *NOTE* If registering more than one child, the oldest is the first child, the 2nd oldest is the 2nd child, and so on. You must fill out applications for all children being registered but you only have to pay for the 2 oldest children. ***ALL FEES ARE NON-REFUNDABLE*** THE CORRESPONDENCE & ONLINE PROGRAMS INCREASED ACCOUNTABILITY INDIVIDUALLY-PRESCRIBED CURRICULUM INDIVIDUALIZED ASSIGNMENT SCHEDULE These programs are a transition between a traditional school and a traditional homeschool. When a student in grades 3-8 registers on either of these programs, he is first given a diagnostic test to determine his academic placement. Then his curriculum is prescribed for him based on his individual strengths and weaknesses. Students in grades 9-12 do not take placement tests; instead they are placed in subjects according to the credits they need to graduate. Students are given a schedule of progress for the year outlining when assignments will be due. A teacher from D1A will oversee the student s progress during the year and interact with the student and parents concerning any questions or issues that may arise. The great benefits of these programs include the individually-prescribed curriculum and increased accountability as well as the parents freedom from the hassle of choosing curriculum and determining grades. Long-time homeschool students also benefit from the experience of answering to a teacher other than a parent. A student on these programs is considered legally to be a private school student, not a homeschool student. Yearly Tuition Fee $ 1400 Part-time Fee ( $250 per subject) Payment Options 1 Payment of full tuition $ 1200 ($200 discount) You may choose to pay for the whole year at the time of registration by cash, check, money order or credit card. Payment Plan 2 semester payments of $700 each 2nd semester payment due January 6, Tuition for 2nd Semester only $ 700 (No payment plan.) HOW THE CORRESPONDENCE PROGRAM WORKS: The student will receive the first two sets of assignments. He will open and begin working on Set 1. When he completes everything, he returns his work to D1A. He begins on Set 2. Meanwhile the teacher at D1A receives Set 1 and scores it; then she prepares Set 3 along with a report of the grades earned on Set 1. In this manner the student will always have a set of assignments to work on. Parents will have two options for receiving and turning in the work: one is the pick-up / drop-off option, the other is to exchange by UPS or postal service. HOW THE ONLINE PROGRAM WORKS: The student will log in to the internet website for Daniel 1 s online program. He will be able to see what he needs to complete each day. He will read his lessons and answer questions. There will be a variety of activities to help with the learning process. As he completes lessons, the teacher at D1A will be able to see his progress and answer any questions he may leave for her. Grades will be automatically assigned as each unit is completed.

4 MISC INFORMATION & POLICIES 4 CONFIRMATION PACKET WILL ARRIVE BY MAIL Containing ID cards for students and teacher Once your student s application has been completely processed, you will receive a confirmation packet containing the following: a Teacher I.D. card and a Student I.D. card - These cards are helpful anytime you need to prove your student is enrolled with Daniel 1 for the current year. Any students who will be out in public during the day should carry their I.D. card to show if questioned about not being in school. Teacher I.D. cards can be shown at some stores to receive a teacher discount. Please do not throw them away. There is a $5.00 fee to replace lost cards. D1A Information Sheets This could include copies of school calendar and semester grade report form. Please put this in a safe place where you can refer to it throughout the year. High School Information Sheet (if you enroll a student in grades 9-12) This will contain information on reporting high school credits and on D1A s requirements for graduation. Please put this in a safe place where you can refer to it throughout the year. Graduation Information (if you enroll a graduating senior) - This will contain information about the senior year including deadlines and applications for graduation. Keep these forms and return at the appropriate time. CHANGE OF ADDRESS OR PHONE If during the school year your address or phone number changes, it is your responsibility to notify Daniel 1 of the change. WITHDRAWING DURING THE SCHOOL YEAR HOMESCHOOL STUDENT To withdraw your student from D1A during the school year, you must fill out a Withdrawal Request Form, (available at D1A or on website), complete a Semester Report Form with grades earned up to the point of withdrawing, and turn both forms into Daniel 1. We will not release records unless all accounts are settled and semester reports have been turned in. All fees are non-refundable. CORRESPONDENCE & ONLINE STUDENT To withdraw during the school year, you must fill out a Withdrawal Request Form, (available at D1A or on website), and turn it in along with any borrowed materials. You will have to pay any outstanding obligations before we will release records to another school. All fees are non-refundable. KEEPING UPDATED We maintain a website to keep our members informed of upcoming deadlines and events. A school calendar is posted on the website also. It is the responsibility of parents to use the website to stay informed. If you do not receive your confirmation letter and I.D. cards within 2 weeks of registering, please call and notify the school. Otherwise we will assume you received it. STAYING INFORMED OF D1A EVENTS...IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY FOUR WAYS TO STAY INFORMED 1. Visit our website on a regular basis. - We update it often plus the school calendar is posted there from the beginning of the school year. 2. Keep the school calendar on your refrigerator - You will receive a copy in the information packet that will be mailed after you enroll. 3. Sign up for reminders. - Visit the website to do this and you will receive reminders during the year of important events like grade report due dates. 4. Become a Facebook friend of D1A - Visit our website for info on doing this and receive notices through Facebook of upcoming events at Daniel 1.

5 DANIEL 1 ACADEMY - HIGH SCHOOL INFORMATION Educating high school students at home involves more planning and record keeping than elementary grades. Daniel 1 Academy desires to help parents with this task. We maintain the student s permanent academic record including an official transcript of subjects, grades and credits. Graduates can choose to participate in our yearly graduation ceremony. Graduates of D1A are accepted at colleges and universities but may be required to take the GED if they score below average on college entrance exams. 2 requirements for graduating from D1A: 1. Earn the minimum number of high school credits 2. Make a passing score on each subtest of the ACT test at least once during the high school years Two courses of study from which to choose College-Prep Path (meets TN s new standards) ENGLISH English 1,2,3,4 4 MATH Algebra 1 & Algebra 2 2 Geometry 1 Advanced Math (Trig/Pre-Calc/Stat) 1 SCIENCE Biology 1 Chemistry or Physics 1 Other Lab Science 1 SOCIAL STUDIES American History 1 World History or Geography 1 Government & Economics (½ each) 1 OTHER CREDITS Health ½ P.E. 1 Foreign Language (2 yrs of same lang) 2 Fine Arts 1 Personal Finance ½ Electives 3 TOTAL MINIMUM CREDITS 22 General-Study Path (does not meet TN s new standards) ENGLISH English 1,2,3,4 4 MATH Algebra 1 1 Algebra 2 or Geometry 1 Other Math (get approved by D1) 1 SCIENCE Biology 1 Other High School level Science 2 (get approved by D1 if other than Chemistry or Physics) SOCIAL STUDIES American History 1 World History or Geography 1 Government & Economics (½ each) 1 OTHER CREDITS Health ½ P.E. 1 Foreign Language 1 Fine Arts 1 Personal Finance ½ Electives 5 TOTAL MINIMUM CREDITS 22 Students can earn a maximum of 7 credits per year. Students enrolled 2nd semester only can earn a max of 4 credits. Students cannot earn high school credits before 9th grade unless they have received permission to do so by the D1A administrators prior to beginning the school year. To graduate before age 17, student must have a composite score of 22 on the ACT test. Transcripts from D1A are unweighted. We do designate any courses taken as dual enrollment. TESTING REQUIREMENT FOR GRADUATION FROM DANIEL 1 Any student wishing to earn a D1A diploma must take the national ACT test and make the following scores at least once during the high school years: English - 15 / Math - 16 / Reading - 16 / Science - 17 Students in grades who have already met the old achievement test standard for graduation will not be required to meet the ACT standard. If you are not sure of your student s scores, just call the D1A office and ask. To graduate with honors, student must score at or above the benchmarks on the ACT test. English - 18 / Math - 22 / Reading - 22 / Science - 23 Honors students will be recognized at the graduation ceremony and on the transcript. A student may register for the ACT test by visiting their website at When completing the registration for the test, you must enter Daniel 1 Academy s high school code of so that they will send a copy of your student s scores to D1A.

6 What Is A High School Credit? In public schools a high school credit represents 150 hours of classroom time. For D1A homeschool students there are two ways to earn high school credits. 1. Complete a published curriculum. An example of this would be if your student is studying from an Algebra 1 textbook. When he completes the book, he has earned 1 credit in Algebra 1 regardless of the amount of time he took. Whether he completed it in 1 semester or in 3 semesters he would still receive 1 credit of Algebra Complete 150 hours of hands-on learning. Sometimes a student will study a subject that has no textbook. For example to satisfy the requirement of a credit of Fine Arts, a student may spend 20 hours singing in a choir, 70 hours performing in a play, 25 hours in an art class and 35 hours taking dance lessons. He should keep a record of the time spent doing everything and when he has completed 150 hours he will have earned 1 credit in Fine Arts. At D1A we call this credit journaling. HOW TO REPORT HIGH SCHOOL SEMESTER GRADES TO D1A How you report your student s semester grades to D1A affects how easy or difficult it is for our staff to create your student s transcript. Reporting credits correctly is not difficult. There are just a couple of important points to remember which helps make the process easy for everyone. 1. Report subjects with the specific names. For example, DO turn in a credit called either American History or World History rather than reporting just a History credit. DO turn in a credit for Biology or Physical Science instead of turning in a credit for Science. DO NOT submit the title of the textbook as the name of the subject. 2. Turn in numerical grades, not letter grades. Our staff will be averaging the grade from 1st semester with the grade from second semester to determine the final grade that goes on the transcript for the full credit. If you turn in a B first semester and then an A second semester, there is no way of averaging them. 3. Make sure you are reporting the correct amount of credit earned. Most students complete a ½ credit the first semester and then another ½ credit the second semester. Each half-credit represents completing half of the year s work. After we receive the second semester report, we add the two halves together and put 1 whole credit on the transcript along with an average of the two number grades reported for each half-credit. If your student completes a whole year s worth of a subject during one semester, then you should report the credit earned as 1 whole credit and the grade you give will be the final grade that is put on the transcript. DO NOT report ½ credit for first semester and then 1 credit for second semester when you are meaning that they completed 1 credit for the year. That makes it look like they earned 1 ½ credits instead of only 1 and it confuses us as to how to handle the number grades. 4. Keep a copy of what you turn in to D1A for your own records. Reports sent by mail sometimes get lost in the mail and even those submitted over the internet can get lost in cyberspace. We will send you a copy of the student s transcript at the beginning of each year along with the ID cards so that you can compare your records with ours and make sure everything is recorded correctly. Getting a Driver s Permit In order to apply for a driver s permit, all students must take a letter from their school proving their enrollment and satisfactory progress. To receive this letter you should call our office and request one. Homeschool students must have current grades reported to D1A so that we can verify progress. Online and Correspondence students must be on schedule with their school work. Within a week you may pick up the letter at D1A or we will mail it. High School Transcripts Parents will receive an unofficial copy of their student s transcript, free of charge, along with the confirmation letter and I.D. cards that are mailed after we receive the enrollment forms. There is a $5 charge for official copies to any other schools or organizations. You may call our office with your request or print off the Request Form from our website and return it to D1A. Allow up to 1 week for processing. Graduates will receive two official copies at the time of graduation free of charge.

7 DANIEL 1 ACADEMY School Year PLEASE PRINT 6 Student s Information Student s ID# Family ID# First Name Middle Name Last Name College-prep General prep Date of Birth Grade level For high school students circle a course of study Check one: New student (never with D1A) Former student (with D1A in past but with other school since) Continuing student (with D1A last year) Check one: Homeschool Program w/part-time Correspondence w/part-time Online Correspondence Program Online Program Check here if this student has siblings who are enrolling this year. Check here if this student has siblings who have been enrolled with Daniel 1 in the past NAME OF SIBLING Does this student have any learning disabilities? No Yes (Please describe on the back of this page) Will this student be graduating from high school this year? No Yes (if yes, please enroll as a 12th grader) Is student planning on getting a GED instead of a Daniel 1 diploma? No Yes (must be 16 or older) Curriculum Plan (for Student on Homeschool Program only) SUBJECT PUBLISHER For Part-time Online or Correspondence Students Please fill in the name of the subject(s) to be taken on these programs Subject 1 Subject 2 CORRESPONDENCE / ONLINE PROGRAM FEES Grades K-6 Grades st child $90 $100 2nd child $90 $100 3rd+ child Free Free HOMESCHOOL PROGRAM ENROLLMENT FEES EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT Enroll before July 16 and take $10 off the enrollment fees of the 2 oldest children. ** If mailing, envelope must be postmarked before July 16 to qualify for the early discount. Enrollment Fees $ 1400 year Pay up front and get $ 200 off OR Pay $700 at beginning of each semester ***ALL FEES ARE NON-REFUNDABLE*** PAYMENT INFORMATION If paying for more than one student, give total for all on oldest child s form. Total due for all students $ Circle one: Check - Money Order - Cash - VISA - Mastercard - Discover Credit Card Number Exp Name on the card Sec.code Zip code of address of card New Student Processing Fee Homeschool Registration fee child (1st, 2nd...) Part-time Cor/Onl Fee x $250 Full-time Correspondence or Online Tuition $1,400 Minus full pmt disc Minus pro-rate Total Amount Due OR 1st semester $ 700 $ ***For Office Use Only Do Not Write in this Box*** Received by M F D1 Wb Enroll Date Received Initials Payment: Check # Name on Check 2nd Semester only ($700) Extra Teacher ID card ($5.00 ea) TOTAL DUE FOR THIS STUDENT $

8 NAME OF STUDENT(S) If parental info is same for all students in family, parent can fill out this page only once. We will make copies for each child s file. 7 Primary Parent or Guardian Family ID# (Teacher ID card for this person included in registration fee.) Full Legal Name Does student live with this parent or guardian? Relationship to student: (If other than parent include custody or guardianship papers) Education level: GED High school diploma More (For new family with D1A include proof of education level) Marital status Current spouse s name Cell Phone # Home Phone # Street Address (Physical address of home no P.O. boxes) City State Zip Code County (not country) Mailing Address (if different from above) address Other Parent or Guardian Family ID# Check here for ID card for this person & include $5. Full Legal Name Does student live with this parent? If yes, please complete this entire section except same as above. If no, does this parent have legal right to student s records? Cell Phone # Home Phone # Street Address (Physical address of home no P.O. boxes) Relationship to student: Education level: GED High school diploma More Marital status City State Zip Code County (not country) Mailing Address (if different from above) Current spouse s name address I, the parent or guardian of this student, have read all the information in this packet and understand the commitment I am making and what my responsibilities are. I will make sure my student covers the required amount of school work. I have answered all questions and filled in all blanks truthfully to the best of my knowledge. I understand the policies regarding enrollment fees and tuition with regard to early withdrawal during the school year. Signed Print Name Date

9 NEW ADDRESS P.O. Box 3233 Cookeville, TN Phone: Toll-Free: Fax: REQUEST FOR STUDENT S RECORDS From: School s Name City Fax number Student s Full Name Date of birth / / Grade level Please send copies of ONLY the following items. (We are trying to help cut down on the amount of unnecessary paper and copying.) DO NOT send cumulative file. DO NOT send special education records. DO NOT send multiple copies of the same page. WE ONLY WANT THE FOLLOWING ITEMS WHICH SHOULD BE ONLY 3-5 PAGES. Up-to-date current transcript showing grades for last few years Immunization record Most recent standardized test scores We prefer that you the records as a PDF file to or you can fax the items to us if less than 5 pages or mail it to us if more than 5 pages. If you have any questions, please call us. We are in the office on Mon., Wed., & Fri. from 9 a.m. 3 p.m. For D1A Office Use Only Date faxed / mailed / ed / / Date received / / Date student enrolled with Daniel 1

10 CORRESPONDENCE & ONLINE PROGRAMS HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT INFORMATION (Please read the pages about high school credits before answering these questions.) 9 Student s Name Grade What type of diploma is student working toward? General College-prep Please include an unofficial copy of the student s transcript of high school credits earned so far from any other schools. Without that transcript your student s enrollment will be delayed until we receive one from the former school. Tell us what subjects you wish to take this year. We will contact you if we have questions. Courses I have taken and received credit English Math Science Social Studies Other Courses I would like to take this year with D1A (You may take up to 6) English Math Science Social Studies Other Call D1A if you have any questions about subjects you want to take. SUBJECTS TO CHOOSE FROM English Courses Math Courses Social Studies Science Courses Electives & Others English 1 English 2 English 3 (& Amer Lit) English 4 (& Brit Lit) Pre-Algebra Algebra 1 Algebra 2 Geometry Trigonometry American History World History World Geography Government Economics Physical Science Biology Chemistry Physics Accounting Art Bible Consumer Math Essentials of Communications Etymology Foundations for Living General Business Health Home Economics Spanish

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