Ensuring your child's enrollment
In order to enroll and ensure your child’s placement for the upcoming school year co-op, his/her family must pay the first and last month’s tuition as a *non-refundable deposit.
*There is no penalty for a family who registers for the upcoming academic year and then chooses to withdraw prior to June 1. They will not be charged tuition or penalties, and first and last month's tuition will be refunded. The registration fee will not be refunded. After June 1, the first and last month's tuition will not be refunded.
If a student enrolls after June 1, the family is responsible for paying the first and last month's tuition, with no refunds. If a student enrolls after October 1st , OIA will assess an additional automatic late enrollment fee of $600 to cover the cost of books and materials which will be built into the remaining tuition cost. You can make payments in person with cash or check (addressed to OIA) at our office. We also accept credit card payments with a 5% service fee applicable. All fees are nonrefundable. Monthly tuition payments are due on the specific date of each month listed on the payment schedule. Each day past due will accrue a $15 late payment fee per day. Private lesson payments are due in full at the beginning of the school year or on the date of the first private lesson. If the student withdrawals before the end of the academic year, you agree to the early withdrawal policy. Oklahoma Islamic Academy reserves the right to withdraw/expel a student for any reason at any time during the school year. Reasons may include, BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO, refusing to show record of a flu and covid-19 vaccination, repeated tardiness and/or absences, bullying, being consistently disruptive in the classroom, being consistently disrespectful to teachers, staff and/or other students, requiring special resources that the OIA co-op does not provide such as a school psychologist, special needs teacher, and/or or resources beyond the capabilities of the co-op; or if a student does not function at grade-level, and/or shows lack of concern for school or assignments. Reasons for expulsion also include: lack of involvement from parents in the academic journey; parent(s) exhibiting belligerence or unwilling to cooperate with school policies, expectations, and rules.