Registration for summer camp 2021 opens May 3,2021.
Our fundamental value is to provide a student-centered academic program. We ensure our parents and students are supported so that they are able to meet their educational goals.
We strive for a standard of excellence in all that we do. We equip students and staff with the necessary tools, resources, and support to help them achieve their full potential.
We value relationships and understand that we are here to provide a high level of service to our community, students, parents, and one another.
Jump-In Enrichment’s primary mission is to cultivate Scholars to realize their potential. To mold, motivate as well as equip them with the tools necessary to be integral and successful members of society. To impact, inspire and improve the overall livelihood of confident Scholars.
To mold future Leaders, equip them for life’s challenges by collaborating with parents, teachers, students and the community at large. To produce several branches of a unique learning experience. Our desire is to impact the world one Scholar and city at a time.
To meet the demands of new normal Jump-in Enrichments scholars will be:
Creative, Complex, Forward Thinkers
Jump-in enrichment provides service to families in the following counties:
Jump-In balances flexibility with accountability and high academic excellence for families seeking a non-traditional, personalized educational experience.
We are here to help! Enrollment documents may be submitted by email, uploaded. If you experience any challenges completing the enrollment paperwork, please email our registrar at Homeschool@jumpinenrichment.com or call us at (347) 688-8671.
PLEASE NOTE: Acceptance of a student’s enrollment application does not constitute enrollment with Jump-In. Students are not considered enrolled until they have met with their teacher and signed the Master Agreement.
In accordance with charter law, students must be enrolled in a school setting to apart of this program.
Before a student can be enrolled in Jump-In, specific documentation needs to be signed at an enrollment meeting with your assigned Teacher. These documents include the Master Agreement, the Acknowledgment of Responsibilities, and other school policy forms. These policies state that students must follow current adopted standards, participate in state and local assessments and be assigned and partner with a highly-qualified Teacher. The Teacher will fully explain the contents of the documents before being signed. These policies and procedures are followed to ensure our compliance and therefore our sustainability.
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