Important Dates:
February 1st: Registration begins for the upcoming school year for currently enrolled students and their siblings.
February 15th: Registration opens to all families.
August 15th: Remaining balance is due.

The Registration Process:
To begin the registration process, please complete the form below.

If your student is new to Liberty Tutorials, you will then be contacted regarding teacher approval.  Please wait to submit payment until the student receives approval.  The seat will be held while that is being determined, if a seat is available at the time of registration.  If you are registering a returning student, you do not need to wait for teacher approval.

Payment is due within 10 days of submitting registration for returning students or within ten days of receiving notice of teacher approval for new students.  Families may pay in full at that time or pay $250 per class then and the balance by August 15th. Payment will not be refunded if the class is dropped.

Course Costs, per year:
$475 Algebra I
$475 Geometry
$475 Algebra II
$475 Pre-Calculus
$625 AP Calculus AB

In the event that a student joins a class late at any time during the first semester, the student will be charged the fee for the entire year.

In the event that a student joins a class during the second semester, the student will be charged $375 for any class other than Calculus and $475 for Calculus.

Family Discount:
If a family enrolls one or more students in more than one class, each class is discounted $50.

Please mail your check to:

Karena Flynn
PO Box 479
Libertytown, MD 21762

Please note your child’s name in the Notes space on the check.


Parent Information

Mailing Address

Parent Agreement

I have read and understand the student, teacher, and parent expectations and agree to fulfill my responsibilities outlined there.
Parent Signature

Student Information

First - This name will be used on official documents like semester grade reports.
Last - This name will be used on official documents like semester grade reports.
What is the name of the course and the text being used? How much of the text will the student finish? How is the student doing in the class?
How has the student performed in math classes in the past? How does the student perform in school in general? Does the student enjoy learning?
Is there any additional information you think I should know that might affect the student's ability to thrive in this class, such as a diagnosed learning disability?