I am not aware of the admission requirements, and from what I remember the fees were very in-line with the costs of picking up an additional course at a local private school. I compared it to my friends who had a bad grade and wanted to pick up an extra course to improve their average, that cost was actually higher and the quality of the course was much lower compared to VHS. I believe the simple fee and admission requirements make it very accessible for students of all backgrounds, which is nice. I do remember the school did focus on the success of students, so you can count on admissions following up.
The admissions process for the school was very simple as anyone from anywhere can become a student. Unlike many other private schools there is no testing involved in the admissions process, which allows for less stress when applying. There are very little things that are needed for applying with them being your name, email, address, last school attended, and what classes you want to take. When doing my own application I found it to be very simple and straightforward, with the courses I chose becoming available in the next 24 hours. My advice for someone planning on applying for admission would be to make sure you have all you personal information ready, and make sure that you are picking the correct courses as many of them have similar letters and numbers.