Frequently Asked Questions
We currently accept students 30 months and older who are potty trained (fewer than 4 total daytime accidents per week). We are in the process of getting licensed to accept younger students and encourage you to apply to get a spot on our waitlist.
Preschool classes have 12-14 students per room with two teachers and support from floaters.
Yes, we operate on a small waitlist for all classes. However, our waitlist has moved fairly fast and we recommend all interested families get on the waitlist.
Our school year starts in September and ends in mid-June with optional summer camp available in July & August. Please see the school calendar in our new student folder for an idea of what our school year typically looks like.
Tuition is $950/month and our school day is from 8:30am-3pm.
Early morning care from 7:45-8:30 is an additional $30-50 per month. (No cost for voucher families)
Aftercare is from 3:15-5:00. Aftercare is $250 per month or we also offer a 5 day package of drop-in per month at $20/day, this drop-in aftercare option is only available when there are open spots. Please let us know if you are interested in early morning or aftercare prior to enrollment.
Tuition includes our yummy, balanced lunches made in house by Chef Parker, co-owner/operator of The Smokin’ Onion food truck and catering company (during school year only- summer you provide lunch.)
We ask for a commitment to the entire school year.
We accept childcare subsidy vouchers.
We operate on a waitlist at most times. It isn’t very long with under 10 kids per class. We recommend all interested families join our waitlist as soon as possible. We can tell you more about your child’s place on the waitlist once you have applied. Once you have applied and paid the application fee ($25), we will send you another email with your child’s approximate position on the waitlist, paper work, open houses/tour opportunities and more.
Yes for the 2022-23 school year. We may have younger spaces the following year.
Yes, during the school year our meals are vegetarian and comply with the CACFP guidelines. If your child has an allergy or is vegan please let us know so we can work on substitute plans.
Yes, milk is served with every meal. However, soy milk is available as an alternative. Unfortunately, the CACFP food program does not allow almond, oat, or other substitutes.
Families provide snacks year round. We invite you to pack hearty favorites for your child each day. It is ok to pack meat in snacks if that is your preference.
Yes, we love serving children with all sorts of “special rights” and accommodations. We find that we all can benefit from celebrating differences.