How to Register

We are excited to share with you that CMCB registration is now available online! Through our new system you will be able to update your own account information and register for classes and lessons; we are in the process of finalizing our online payment portal so that soon you will also be able to easily pay your bill online. If you need to register another way, please contact our registration team. Registration is ongoing throughout the whole school year!

5 tips before you begin:

  1. Register.cmcb.org is currently only accessible through a desktop computer or laptop (we recommend Chrome). If you require any assistance registering, please contact our registration team (registration@cmcb.org) so we can be of help!
  2. Our new online registration system serves families through two options: Registration (Register/Class Search) and Account Management (Make A Payment/View Account). You must log in separately to each page to access their features.
  3. All returning students may request their Login/Password by contacting our registration team (registration@cmcb.org). 
  4. Families who were enrolled during a prior school year must have their accounts up to date before registering for any current term. Please contact our registration team to confirm your status (registration@cmcb.org).
  5. In order to check out successfully, please select “Please Bill Me Later”. You do not need to enter any payment information. As soon as your registration is processed (within 2-3 business days), you will receive a confirmation email with available payment options, discounts, financial aid, and more.

Watch How to Register

Contact Us

Please feel free to contact our Registration Team at registration@cmcb.org to help place you in the program that fits your needs and goals!

Tiniqua Patrick: patrick@cmcb.org
Juan Suarez: jsuarez@cmcb.org
Telephone: (617) 482-7494 ext. 54

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