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How To Enroll


To find out about availability, please contact us to set up a tour at one of our locations.  We recommend that you begin your search for childcare several weeks in advance of the desired start date to ensure placement and to prepare for a smooth transition.

Reserving a Spot

After you have toured our center(s), speak with the owner to make sure the center has an opening in the program you want. You may reserve your child’s spot by signing a contract and making a deposit of the first two weeks tuition plus an annual registration fee of $55.00 per family. If your needs should change before your child attends the program, your deposit and registration fee is non-refundable.

Children are given priority for enrollment in our program in this order:

  • Currently enrolled children who wish to change schedules or locations
  • Siblings of currently enrolled children
  • Children living in the center’s elementary school districts
  • All other interested children.

Within these categories, our waiting list is based on the first date that contact was made with the center.


Tuition is paid weekly, based on the number of days contracted.  This reserves the opportunity for your child to attend. If s/he is absent due to illness or vacation, your tuition remains the same.  

Annually, each family is allowed one pre-scheduled vacation week in which payment is not required.

Teachers - Please ask for more information.

Parents who pick up children after our closing time will be charged $1 per minute per child.

2023 Enrollment Paperwork:

Contract 2023

Consent 2023

Information Card

tuition express.pdf (please include a voided check)  NO CREDIT CARD PAYMENTS



Children under 5 years old will also need to have Pediatrician complete the following Health Appraisal form:

Health Appraisal


Once you’ve scheduled a start date, the owner will work with you to schedule a visitation/transition schedule. We will also schedule or complete a parent orientation with you.

Further Reading About Selecting Childcare 

NAEYC article: High Quality Childcare: Luxury Option or Standard Equipment? 

NAEYC article: Quality Programs Nurture Relationships to Enhance Young Children’s Learning 

NAEYC Article: Choosing a Preschool

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