Dear parents and students of Czech School of California,

Thank you for your interest in our classes this fall semester. Please, find below all the necessary information regarding the academic year 2022/23 and specifically the Spring semester (February 4 – June 10, 2023) including enrollment forms, calendars, information on tuition options and overview of fees. We look forward to welcoming our students at our locations in Palo Alto and Lafayette. 

How to register for a class?

1.  Fill out our online enrollment form, pick one of the two:

     Spring 2023 – students returning and continuing Continuing Student Registration Form 

     Spring 2023 – students brand new to our school New Student Registration Form


2.  For prices please see the following document  Course Prices Spring 2023 Semester.

Payments can be made online, via bank transfer or by check. Look out for payment instructions on your invoice that will be emailed to you once we receive your completed registration form. Please, allow 5-10 working days for processing. 

3. After filling in your enrollment form, you will receive a confirmation email and an invoice.

Czech School of California tuition fees include many benefits. For example, free family admissions to the many students’ and partner events that take place regularly throughout the year. For an up-to-date information, follow our Facebook page.  Students also have free access to our School library which holds over 500 titles of classical and modern Czech language literature for children and adults. For more information, visit our library webpage here: Library

Our academic year 2022/23 started on Saturday, September 10, 2022 and ends on June 10, 2023. The year is split and billed in two semesters, a Fall semester (September 10, 2022 – January 28, 2023) and a Spring semester (February 4, 2023 – June 10, 2023).

Calendar for the Fall 2022/23 semester can be found here: Fall 2022/23 Academic Year

Calendar for the Spring 2022/23 semester can be found here: Spring 2022/23 Academic Year

Czech School of California has a valid contractual agreement with the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports of the Czech Republic as a provider of education abroad. Our teaching is conducted according to the valid Framework Educational Program for Elementary Education and thus our students achieve comparable results as students in Czech schools in the field of Czech language and literature, and in the knowledge of Czech history and geography. 

Czech School of California accepts students on a year-round basis for pro-rated tuition.  For more information about starting classes mid-semester, please contact our Director of Education Jana Wichova on