How much is tuition and what is the registration process?

Coram Deo strives to be an affordable option for homeschooling families, costing only $6/day (+ books and materials) per child.

Tuition is as follows:

  • The Registration fee for each child is $165 for the whole year.
  • There is a $15 non-refundable Administrative fee upon registration for each child.
  • Many classes also have Class fees, used to pay for books and materials.

Registration is done on homeschool-life.com.

Is Coram Deo right for my family?

If you a homeschooling family who wishes to bless your child with the extraordinary benefits of a Classical Education, then Coram Deo is right for you. Students are instructed one day a week and are expected to complete homework at home with significant parental involvement. The classes are challenging, and parental participation in student success is expected.

What classes are offered?

Coram Deo’s curriculum for Grammar students will always cover the essentials: language arts, science, math, music, and art.

The curriculum for Rhetoric and Logic students is based on a three year rotating schedule. Each year the offerings will vary, but after three years, students will have the opportunity to achieve a full Classical Education through the study of Latin, history, theology, science, mathematics, literature, civics, and electives.

Does Coram Deo offer standardized testing?

Standardized testing is optional for Michigan Homeschooled students. We are considering testing for the future.

When do classes start?

Classes for the fall semester usually start the first Monday after Labor Day.

Can I sell my books back to Coram Deo?

Although Coram Deo cannot buy back your books, you may donate them for a tax deduction. Coram Deo is a 501(c)(3) organization..


  1. Kimberly on March 9, 2015 at 10:57 am

    You stated students must have Omnibus 1, 2,3 before completing 4,5,6. If my student is a rising 10th grader and has not had 1,2,3 does this mean he is not a candidate for this text?

    • Jeanne DeHaas on June 6, 2015 at 5:19 pm

      If you have a 10th grader who is ready for Rhetoric academic work, then no, they would not be required to take the Logic Omnibus classes. Omnibus I, II, and III are Logic classes. Omnibus IV, V, and VI are Rhetoric classes.

  2. Michelle Collins on June 13, 2015 at 10:53 pm

    Hi there! Our family is very excited to have an opportunity to enroll with Coram Deo this coming week. Is enrollment open to new families starting Monday 6/15 and what is the registration method? I have an incoming 5th grader and 8th grader.

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