To help you in making your decision about registering with Christian Heritage, here are samples of the record-keeping forms that are required of our members. Financial information is also included.

Sample Recordkeeping Forms – K-8th Grade

Sample Recordkeeping Forms – 9th-12th Grades

Meeting Requirements

TO PROMOTE ACCOUNTABILITY AND TO PROVIDE LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES TO OUR TEACHERS ON VARIOIUS SUBJECTS RELATED TO HOMESCHOOLING,  WE REQUIRE THAT OUR MEMBERS ATTEND MEETINGS DURING THE YEAR.  The two All School Meetings, that give you an idea of the full community of families, connect you with resources and provide training opportunities, are held on the second Thursday evening in September and March.  There is a “January reboot” all school meeting which gets you ready to conquer the rest of the year and five small group teacher trainings  which are usually held at someone’s home or at a park.  They are usually held on the  second Monday evening in October, November, January and April.   We offer a specialty Zoom meeting on the second Monday and one meeting on Thursday in the Riverside area this year.   Since failure to attend these group meetings can be cause for dismissal, PLEASE CONSIDER YOUR ABILITY TO ATTEND PRIOR TO SIGNING UP TO BE A MEMBER OF OUR SCHOOL.

Financial Information for the 2022-2023 School Year


$80 first student, $60 second and third student, $40 additional fee for High School per student. No fee after third student


$500 per family per year

Minimum of registration fees plus one month’s tuition required; registration fees are non-refundable

Payment Options:

Cash at the office  – must be exact amount

Check:  Made out to Christian Heritage School, no abbreviations!

Mail to:  PO Box 1780, Corona, CA  92882

Zelle:  Christian Heritage School, Inc; 951-675-1254




Do you have a high school student? If so, be sure to read this carefully before proceeding:

Families of high school students please take note: Be sure to examine the financial requirements as explained in the registration form’s continuation page. Also, because we are not an accredited school, there is the probability that your local public school will not accept our high school credits for transfer (private schools more commonly DO accept our credits). Therefore, it is possible that home educating during any portion of high school may require a commitment to continue through graduation. Consider carefully!

Your decision to educate your children at home should be considered carefully and prayerfully. With God’s leading, this can be a very rewarding experience for your family.

If you are ready to move ahead, return to previous page and click the “Register Now” button.

Note: Registration for the new school year begins May  1st. After August 31st call the office to see if applications are still being accepted. High school has specific timing restrictions—generally accepted at the start of each semester—so please check with us prior to removing your student from classroom school.