Online Course Registration

Please note that you must fill out and submit the Registration Form below and pay the course fee using the "choose your course fees" drop-down and Buy Now button before your course registration is complete.

Step 1 | Course Registration

Select each of the courses for which you would like to register:

Thank you for your registration! You will receive a confirmation email and additional details within 48 hours. Please note that your space in the course is not fully reserved until you have also paid the course fee using the Buy Now button below.

Step 2 | Course Payment

Student Pricing

1 class - $325

2 classes - $625

3 classes - $900

4 classes - $1175

Please note that Teaching High School Humanities for Beginners is $450 and is not eligible for the multi-class discount. 

Auditor Pricing

1 class - $265

2 classes - $510

3 classes - $750

4 classes - $980

Registrants are asked to choose either the student or auditor level for all classes in order to be eligible for the discount (i.e. no mix & match).

TERMS & CONDITIONS

The entire sum for the class (or combination of classes) will be charged upon registration. A full refund is offered for anyone who decides to drop the class before the start date. A 50% refund is offered for anyone who drops the class before the second class meeting. 

 

If there is space available, students and auditors may join the class after the start date but will not receive a discounted rate.  

CLASS POLICIES

  • Gibbs Classical courses are open to students aged 15 and above. Adults and college students are welcome. 

  • No make-up sessions will be given in the event of a student absence, but recordings of the class will be available for all students. 

  • Class will begin with the assumption that students have already done the reading which is being discussed.  

  • If a student is under the age of 18, all emails exchanged between the student and Mr. Gibbs should be copied to a parent. All emails sent from Mr. Gibbs to the student will be also copied to parents. No private conversations between underage students and Mr. Gibbs will take place. 

  • Students are expected to use their real names and unmodified backgrounds when in class Zoom sessions. 

  • If the course has the option to submit papers, students will be clearly informed of due dates. It is the responsibility of the student to turn in work. If a student does not turn in work, Mr. Gibbs will not remind or hound the student to do so, neither will parents be notified. 

  • Students are expected to be courteous and polite to one another in class. They are also expected to represent and defend their opinions with dignity and common sense. Disagreement between students will happen, but this is simply part of discussing politics and philosophy like mature adults. If one student’s feelings are hurt by another student, it does not necessarily mean anyone has been mistreated or that an apology is warranted. 

  • Refund policy: A full refund is offered for anyone who decides to drop the class before the start date. A 50% refund is offered for anyone who drops the class before the second class meeting. 

  • Late start policy: If there is space available, students and auditors may join the class after the start date but will not receive a discounted rate.