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 Accepting Applications

for Next Year

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" The best way to make children good is to make them happy"


It takes a village to raise a child. We work closely with each family to best fulfill our role, enable confident and happy children so they can learn and grow together. It is a role we take seriously because we believe that together we are helping to build a better and bright future,

one child at a time.

Typically, becoming a member of our family

includes these steps:

1. Schedule a Tour

2. Register with us

3. Complete the enrollment packet

For more information email
  • Is there an enrollment fee and security deposit?
    Registration Fee - $225 Per Family (non-refundable) Security Deposit - 2 weeks tuition per child Refundable with 1 month notice - applied to final balance. Deposit is not refundable if not enrolled.
  • What is the tuition payment schedule?
    Autopayments will be established. Parents will pay every 2 weeks. Payments will be due prior to the weeks of care. Details will be provided upon registration.
  • Are we required to pay for days of non-attnendance (i.e. sick days, vacation, etc.)?"
    Yes. Tuition must be paid for sick days, vacations, holidays and other absences. Holidays that daycare is closed will be provided. Staff is hired based on the number of children enrolled.
  • Is food provided?
    Yes. On site cook that prepares mostly organic breakfast, lunch and snacks. Food will be provided for children once the are able to eat table food (beginning between 10 - 12 months old). Breast milk or formula must be provided by parents for infants.
  • What extra measures are you taking regarding Covid-19?
    We are closely following guidance from the CDC, as well as state and local officials and health authorities. We are making every possible effort to maintain a safe, healthy school environment for your children, families, and staff. Enhanced Health Practices: We’ve strengthened our existing cleaning and hygiene practices (such as more frequent hand washing, increased cleaning, sanitizing, and disinfecting of surfaces and items in classrooms).
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