Simple Steps Prior to Your Child’s Enrollment


1. Visit us

Call or email us to set up a school tour. Seeing is believing, which is why we invite you to tour our school before you complete an application.

2. Complete an application

At your tour, we will give you an application to complete. Bring or send your application form to the school with application fee.

3. Register your child

If we jointly decide that Kids Collective is a good fit for your child, you’ll need to fill out an enrollment form and complete the registration by paying a non-refundable deposit of  one month’s tuition and materials fee.

We will provide you with a countersigned application, which indicates your child’s start date, schedule, and fees due by the first day of school. If we do not have space available at that moment, or if you are interested in enrolling your child in the future, you can place your child on our waiting list.

4. Enroll

After registering your child, we will provide you with our parent handbook, as well as   an enrollment package. This package contains a number of forms (health records, emergency contacts, etc., many of which are required by law) that we collect before we admit your child into our school.

Please return these forms, along with the payments outlined in your copy of the application form, prior to your child’s start date.

5. Welcome to Kids Collective!

We look forward to seeing you and your child soon!

Kids Collective Preschool Enrollment Application

Applications for preschool enrollment are accepted at any time of the school year. Kids Collective Preschool serves and welcomes families regardless of race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, color or special need that can be reasonably accommodated.

We seek a diverse student population as well as a mixed age group between the ages 2.5 to 6.5 years old. Admission decisions are sometimes influenced by a need to assure a balanced group of children.

Once parents decide on enrollment we schedule a time to visit our facility with their child. This visit allows parents and children to become comfortable with our environment, staff and schedule. It also gives the teacher the opportunity to present parents with a description of the program, set forth program policies, and establish a connection with the parents and child before attendance begins.