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For September 2023 there are ONLY afternoon spots available.

All interested applicants need to book a time slot to visit our facility with their child. These tour dates will be
in January and March
 for the upcoming September school year. We are on a first come first serve basis for tours and registration and do not maintain waitlists. Once we are full, you can be put on our cancellation list.


Step #1 Contact Form

Please fill out our contact form so that we know you are interested in booking a tour.

Step #2 Pre-Tour Form

Please fill out this Pre-Tour Form and bring it with you on your tour date.

Step #3 Wait to Receive sign up link for your tour 

We will contact you by email with a link to book your time slot on the tour date. Please bring your child on the tour and arrive on time. Further registration information will be given to you on your tour.

Step #4 Registration 

  • Once we offer you a spot at our preschool via email, our registration fee and deposit fee are due within 48 hrs. Both fees can be sent by etransfer.

  • Fill out a registration form next. You can scan and email it to us, or you can drop the completed form off at our pre-school in our front-door mail slot within 7 business days.

Step #5 Preparing for Preschool

Preschool is a big step for many children – it can be the first time away from mom and dad, the first time taking instruction from another adult other than mom or dad, and due to Covid it could be the first time engaging with other children that are not related. No matter what your child’s previous experience has been, there are ways  to ensure your child’s success and lessen your and their anxiety BEFORE registering/starting a preschool program

  • Leave them with a relative, family friend or sitter for a few hours. The first time might be hard but stick to it and it will get easier.

  • Enroll them into a local community program where they can see you, but you are not directly involved such as swimming lessons or at a Strong Start program.

  • If your child does not speak English, teach them a few basic words so that their immediate needs can be met. Words such as: water, snack, potty, hurt, sad, up, down, yes and no, will make your child's transition much smoother.

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