Admissions

Pre-enrollment Process

Touring of the facility will take place prior to registration. A tour with the parent(s), child and director will be made for 8:45 a.m., on a Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday, to observe morning assembly, transitions into the classrooms and the first 15-20 minutes of the classroom daily routine. Parents should plan to spend up to 30 minutes. This is an appropriate time to inquire about the school’s philosophy and curriculum development.

Registration

To secure a space in a class, a registration application and $400 non-refundable annual registration/general fee must be submitted, after which an enrollment packet and parent handbook will be given.

Waiting List

In order to request future contact as openings become available, a registration application must be submitted (a space in a class is not guaranteed). There is no fee required to be placed on the waiting list.

Items needed to complete the ENROLLMENT PROCESS include:

  • Identification & Emergency (LIC #700)
  • Physician’s Report (LIC #701)
  • Copy of Immunizations
  • Physical Check-Up
  • Health History (LIC #702)
  • Emergency Medical (LIC #627)
  • Non-Refundable Registration and General Fee: ($400 for first child. $100 for each additional child)
  • Enrollment Application
  • Admissions Agreement
  • Tuition Agreement
  • Emergency Contacts
  • EFT Authorization
  • First Month’s Tuition (if applicable)
  • Parent’s Rights
  • Personal Rights
  • Permission to Participate
  • Photo/Video/Media Release
  • Tricycle Waiver (helmet required)
  • Participation Agreement (fundraisers)
  • Questionnaire
  • Birth Certificate (copy)
  • Assessments (if applicable)
  • Custody Agreements/ Court Orders (if applicable)
Class Placement

Children are placed in designated classrooms based on availability, age and emotional development. We want your child’s experience at Preschool to be the most positive and rewarding it can be. Whether your child is coming from another preschool, day care situation, or is away from home for the first time, we will do our best to make the transition smooth for all.

30 Day Transitional Period

A 30-day transitional period, beginning on the first day of your child’s attendance, should allow adequate time for them to get acquainted with their new classroom, teachers and daily routine. During this period, you child’s teachers will provide verbal or written updates as to how your son or daughter is adjusting to their classroom and the preschool as a whole. A meeting with your child’s teacher and/or preschool director may be suggested if, at the end of the 30 days, the parent or school determines it is not meeting the child’s needs.