Frequently Asked Questions

Do I enroll in Preschool or Pre-K?

The general rule of thumb is if your child is 3 yrs old by September 1st, then they should enroll in our Preschool program.  Likewise, if they are 4 yrs old by September 1st, they should join our Pre-K program.

Do you perform assessments?

Yes, assessments are done twice a year in December and May. Your teacher will schedule a conference with you to go over the results and answer any questions you may have.   You will also have your teachers contact info for any questions\concerns throughout the year.

What commitments are required?

While our goal is for your child to complete the academic year in our program, you may unenroll at any time for any reason.   You will retain access to the program for the remainder of the last month you were billed.

Can I enroll at any time?

Yes, depending upon availability.  We strictly adhere to 8 students per class to ensure every student gets the interaction and socialization skills they deserve.  If joining mid-month, tuition will be prorated accordingly.

When do classes start\end?

We offer a traditional calendar starting the first week of September through May.  In addition, we offer summer readiness classes in June and July. You are welcome to join any time, if we have space.

How much is tuition?

Tuition is $295/month for all of our programs.  This includes live daily lessons, assessments, conferences as well as a monthly activity box with supplies for class activities that month.  There are no hidden costs or upcharges. 

Do you charge an enrollment fee?

If joining after October 1st, we do charge a one time enrollment fee of $35 dollars.  This fee covers the required supplies normally shipped out in September's activity box and includes items such as a whiteboard, markers\crayons, journals and folders. 

If you are enrolling more than 1 student, we offer a 15% discount on any additional siblings.  Please contact us and we would be happy to help arrange for that.

Do you offer any discounts?

 

Do I need to be present during the lesson?

A parent or guardian will need to be available for help as needed for things such as getting logged in\setup, getting supplies out, etc.  For the first week of class, children usually require a bit more help but after that they become more self-sufficient once on Zoom.   However, for safety reasons an adult must always be accessible to the student.

Classes are live instruction with a focus on providing an engaging, interactive and educational experience for your child.  Students interact with both their teacher as well as other students via zoom.  An important aspect of our program is that classes are small (max 8 students) which provides an ideal virtual learning environment and develops interpersonal communication skills.

How are classes structured?