Step 1: Agree to the Student/Parent Responsibilities

If you have not already, PLEASE contact an Academic Advisor at 713-974-2066 or at advisor@thebridgeschool.net before you complete one of our online forms.


Once you have completed this form and made your payment, you will receive an email within 24-48 hours. This email will have your login information and an explanation on how you can get started with your course(s).

    Parent Responsibilities:
    • Ensure you are enrolling in the correct course(s)
    • Monitor your child's performance by logging on to their curriculum website and by maintaining contact with teachers and school advisor as appropriate. Many of our courses offer a parent portal account. Simply call or e-mail the Bridge School advisor with your child's name and your personal e-mail address requesting access to a parent portal account. You will be linked to your child's account via a username and password that will give you access to your child's grades, progress, and upcoming assignments.
    • Encourage your child to maintain an assignment completion pace that is consistent with their schedule and academic objectives.
    • Over-see your child's adherence to The Bridge School Honor code. In addition to proctoring exams, ensure that all work submitted is the work of your child and not the result of cheating or plagiarism. Violations of the Honor Code may result in termination of enrollment and forfeiture of tuition.
    Student Responsibilities and Honor Code:
    • Ensure you are enrolled in the correct course(s)
    • Find a quiet place with no distractions where you can work on your courses.
    • Never share your course work Username and Password. Never use anyone else's course work Username and Password.
    • All work submitted to a teacher must be your own and not the result of cheating or plagiarism. Violations of this Honor Code may result in termination of enrollment and forfeiture of tuition.
    • In order to complete your course work on schedule, make sure that you are up-to-date on all your assignments on a daily and weekly basis.
    Course Work & Grades:
    • You must earn a minimum of 70% cumulative average in order to receive credit for your course.
    • The final exam grade must be 70% or higher.
    • Additional criteria may apply to earning credit by exam.
    Tuition Refund Policy:
    • Enrollment fees are non-refundable
    • Requests for a refund must be made in writing with an email to advisor@thebridgeschool.net. Include the email address used to make the payment, refund amount requested and name of card or account holder. 
    • A full refund will be issued for regular course fees up to three days after enrollment. A 50% refund will be issued for regular course fees upon request through days 4 to 14 after the course start date. After the 14th day of enrollment in a course no refunds will be issued.
    • Students with documented medical conditions may put courses on hold.  The hold period may not cause courses to exceed more than one year from the original enrollment date. Medical documentation will be required in such instances.
    • AP courses are 50% refundable up to the second day of enrollment. No refunds will be issued for AP courses after the second day of enrollment.

    • The first day of enrollment is defined as the day you are notified by email with course access username and password even if you do not access the course. 

    • The Bridge School is not responsible for inaccurate course enrollment