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  1. Is a fee required to add my child to the wait list?

  2. Can my child’s name stay on the wait list even if the class is full?

  3. How do I register my child?

  4. What is the difference between the 2, 3 and 5-day programs?

  5. Can I bring other children on my duty days?

  6. Does my child have to be toilet trained to be enrolled in the program?

 

1. Is a fee required to add my child to the waitlist?

No. 

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2. Can my child’s name stay on the wait list even if the class is full?

Yes, families sometimes drop out of the program due to a change of circumstances so we may contact families during the school year to offer placement.

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3. How do I register my child?

Our school accepts applications on a first-come-first served basis so it is never too early to add your child to our wait list. There is no financial commitment required until you confirm your child’s placement (6 months before the school year). You can add your child to our wait list using our online registration form or contact us.

Our registrars begin contacting families on our wait list each February before the school year. Families must confirm their acceptance of the placement sometime in Spring (registrar will provide you with a deadline) upon completing paperwork and submitting a non-refundable security deposit.

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4. What is the difference between the 2, 3 and 5-day programs?

All programs will be geared toward Kindergarten readiness, through a play-based curriculum that is engaging and encourages individual and group exploration. A consistent morning routine will be followed throughout the week.

 

The big difference between the programs is that students who attend more frequently experience more learning opportunities. 

For our 2-day program, participating in duty days is optional, not mandatory. However, members must contribute on the executive team or one of our various committees.
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5. Can I bring other children on my duty days?

Unfortunately, duty persons cannot bring children not enrolled in the program. We do offer maternity leave for families with new infants so that they are excused from their duty in the postpartum period.

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6. Does my child have to be toilet trained to be enrolled in the program?

No, we understand that children all develop at different rates, and we are happy to accommodate individual needs of our students.

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