- Families can either attend a virtual tour first, or submit an application to be added to the pool of applicants, both are required steps in the admissions process.
- Families who have both applied and attended a virtual tour are invited to come join us for a small group tour while school is in session.
- Once families have applied, attended a virtual tour, and have come for an in-person visit, you are eligible to enroll.
- Enrollment decisions are made on a rolling basis when space permits or your application will be added to a pool of eligible applicants when all seats are full.
Submitting an application is the only way to have your child considered for enrollment. Families are welcome to first attend a virtual tour or to Submit an Application. You will receive an email confirmation that your application has been received, please save that for your records. There is a $65 nonrefundable application fee per family, however families who apply for multiple children pay only one fee and families who are experiencing financial hardships can have this fee waived.
Families who would like to tour the school prior to submitting an application can sign up for our mailing list where we share registration information about public open house tours (not available during the pandemic).
Admissions decisions are focused on creating a balanced, mixed-age classroom. We consider the enrollment needs of the family such as extended care and summer enrollment and we match candidates with the openings in the school, with preference given to families who need full year enrollment. If multiple children’s criteria meet the available seat, consideration to the order in which the application is received is also given among other factors. We value diversity in all its forms and we are proud to be an equal opportunity childcare provider and employer.
We are an equal opportunity care provider, employer, and partner to families. Admissions, the provisions of services and referrals of clients, and employment decisions shall be made without regard to race, color, creed, religion, disability, ancestry, national origin (including limited English proficiency), age, sex, sexual orientation, gender, or gender identity.