Interested in our Schools?
Five Step Process for enrollment
1 | Inquiry Package
Included in the inquiry package is our tuition schedule, daily schedule, school calendar, admission form, space sharing information, and a letter thanking you for your inquiry! We have a rolling admissions process throughout our school year. Admission is based on your child's age. You are welcome to send an email to email@example.com or call us at 703-945-0408 to express your interest.
2 | school observation
Schedule a tour or a phone consultation with us by using the button below or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org expressing your interest. Prospective Parent Tours are hosted once a month during the school year (September-May). Alexandria Tours take place Thursdays at 8:00 AM and 9:00 AM; DC Tours take place Wednesdays at 8:00 AM and 9:00 AM. Tours last approximately 45 minutes. Please note we do not allow drop in visits.
3 | Submit an Application
Ready to enroll? Submit the completed application form (which can be filled out electronically!) with the application fee to begin your admission process. Your application will be acknowledged and if there is an opening for your child, we will continue with the enrollment process! We balance our classrooms by age and gender. If the program is full, you will be placed on the wait list. Don’t be discouraged if your child is put on the wait list because our wait list is constantly changing.
4 | Submit registration forms and deposit
Once your child is accepted, you will receive a registration packet containing required registration forms. Please submit these forms and the school deposit to secure the spot for your child. You will also receive a welcome packet that contains our parent handbook, as well as general information about our daily schedule, etc.
5 | First Visits
After the registration forms have been taken care of, your child's lead teacher will contact you to schedule your child for a first visit. The purpose is to determine your child’s readiness, to familiarize your child with the environment, and to help determine the best classroom placement for your child.